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The Future of Energy: An Audience with Steve Holliday

Pope Building, University of Nottingham
Tuesday 26th November 2019 (17:30-19:30)

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The Future of Energy: An Audience with Steve Holliday

Join us this November to hear from Mining Engineering alumnus, Steve Holliday, as he discusses the future of energy.

Location: Pope Building, University Park Campus, Nottingham
Date: Tuesday 26 November
Time: 5.30pm - 7.30pm

Steve Holliday is the former Chief Executive of National Grid plc. He is Chairman of Zenobe, President of the Energy Institute and Chairman of the Board of Trustees at Crisis, the homeless charity. He volunteers his time as Vice Chairman of the Careers and Enterprise Company, Vice Chairman of Business in the Community and Chairman of Black Stork.

Steve joined National Grid Group as the Board Director responsible for the UK and Europe in March 2001, becoming Chief Executive of the company in January 2007, which he led for almost 10 years, until 2016.

Prior to joining National Grid, he was on the Board of British Borneo Oil and Gas and was responsible for the successful development of its international businesses in Brazil, Australia and West Africa. Steve spent much of his early career with Exxon, where he held senior roles in refining, shipping and international gas.

Steve is a Fellow of both the Royal Academy of Engineering and the Energy Institute. From 2012 to 2014 he was also appointed as a National Ambassador for HRH The Prince of Wales and served as lead Non-Executive director with DEFRA from 2016 until the end of 2017. Steve served on the board of Marks & Spencer as Independent Non-Executive director from 2004 – 2014, as Deputy Chair at Convatec from 2016-19.

Steve holds a BSc degree from Nottingham University and honorary doctorates from Nottingham and Strathclyde universities. 

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