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Meet the Trainer Series: Sam Hollister, Energy Transition for Investors

Summary

The second instalment of captivating blog series, "Meet the Trainer Q&A"! In this edition, we have the pleasure of introducing Sam Hollister. Join us as we delve into Sam's background, his crucial role in external engagement and market insight at LCP Delta, and the significance of his contributions to the energy landscape.

Introduction to Sam Hollister

Meet Sam Hollister, a prominent figure in the energy industry, renowned for his expertise in energy markets and the transition to a sustainable future. As a key member of the LCP Delta team, Sam’s extensive knowledge and experience have established him as a trusted authority in the field. With a track record of driving impactful market insights, Sam’s contributions have positioned him as a sought-after speaker and advisor for investors and industry professionals alike.

 

Q. What do you think the role is for training and capability development in energy right now?

A. How we deliver net zero is a skills – not solution – issue.  I think we in the energy industry probably know what the most likely technical solutions are, and we need to focus on getting the army of people who will finance, design, build and take those solutions out to households, businesses and industry. Many people will have a key role to play in this, from energy suppliers, power generators, developers, financiers and critically, government through setting the right policy framework.

 

Q. Which bit of the market is most misunderstood?

A. I feel like should say policy here, but building on my point above, actually it’s about spreading the knowledge and skills we have here at LCP Delta more widely, and to the workforce that needs take into account Net Zero. This might be in energy but will probably be people from other sectors as well. But in answer to your question, its probably the understanding the drivers for change and the policy landscape; and it doesn’t need to be full of acronyms.

 

Q. Tell us a bit about your best training experience.

A. I’ve helped write and deliver a few training courses over the last ten years. The most valuable and engaging ones have been where you as the trainer are learning and getting new ideas from the people in the room. We can focus on insight and expertise on energy and making sure people understand this, but new perspectives and industry ideas are invaluable if we want to make net zero happen.

 

Others blogs in this series are:

Part 1: “Meet the Trainer Series: Lucinda Murley, Trainer on our Flexibility Course

Part 3: “Meet the Trainer Series: Nerea Hipolito Martinez, Trainer on our Hydrogen Course

Part 4: “Meet the Trainer Series: Oliver McHugh, Trainer on our EV Charging Ecosystem Course

 


 

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To explore how this course can benefit you and your organisation, reach out to us today. Our team is ready to provide you with detailed information, answer your questions, and guide you towards making informed decisions.

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