Terry Noble, Odgers Interim Principal Consultant for the Energy, Utilities & Renewables Practice, on the need for massive investment to protect water supply and minimise contamination.
The UK’s water companies receive a torrent...
"We need to talk Nick!”
A CEO of a FTSE250 organisation had contacted me to share his story about how his executive leadership team had been the target and victims of a recent cyber-attack. His business had lost nearly £500k. His...
At a recent event hosted by Terry Noble, Odgers Interim Principal, Energy, Utilities and Renewables, and Sue Johnson, Managing Partner, Odgers Berndtson Inclusion & Diversity Consulting Practice, Sue outlined how I&D can meet...
Odgers Interim Principal Consultant for the Energy, Utilities & Renewables Practice, Terry Noble and Odgers Berndtson Principal for Industrial Practice, Jonathan Rossotto, warn that the lights may go out if we don’t accept greater...
Terry Noble, Principal and Head of the Odgers Interim Energy & Utilities practice, is joined by three guests to discuss the challenges of change and transformation across a variety of sectors. Melanie Steel is a Transformation...
Preparing for a Zero Carbon Future: Addressing Climate Change Through Resource Efficiency with Dr Graham Hillier
For the latest webinar in our popular and topical series “Preparing for a Zero Carbon Future”, we had the pleasure of being joined by Dr Graham Hillier, Strategic Advisor, CPI. A businessman and academic, as well as a Chartered Engineer and Fellow of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining, Graham looks at climate change through the lens of resource efficiency.
‘Preparing for a Zero Carbon Future’: What happens when you push renewables to the limit? With Juliet Davenport OBE
The vision of a Zero Carbon Britain was the focus of our latest webinar “Preparing for a Zero Carbon Future” with guest speaker Juliet Davenport OBE, Founder and Non-Executive Director of Good Energy Group Plc, and host of the popular “Great Green Questions” podcast.
Hosted by Terry Noble, Principal Consultant in the Energy & Utilities Practice at Odgers Interim and Virginia Bottomley, Chair of the Board Practice at Odgers Berndtson, this webinar was the third instalment in our topical series on zero carbon and centred around the question as to what would happen if we pushed green energy to the limit? What would it mean for the UK? Are we ready for it?
Terry Noble, Energy & Utilities Consultant at Odgers Interim, speaks to interim transformation expert Tony Martin about his recent assignment at Northumbrian Water Group
Tom Legard, Partner and Head of Energy, Manufacturing & Infrastructure Practice at Odgers Interim, discusses the future of green hydrogen and its importance for a zero-carbon economy
Terry Noble, Energy and Utilities Consultant at Odgers Interim, speaks to Jeff Whittingham, Mike Thomas, and David Bird about their recent interim placements at Robin Hood Energy
Terry Noble, Energy and Utilities Consultant, discusses the key points made by guest speaker Julian Critchlow, Director General for Energy Transformation and Clean Growth at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), in his presentation for our recent webinar on preparing for a zero carbon future
Terry Noble, Energy & Utilities Consultant, discusses some of the key takeaways from his recent webinar on leadership and preparing for the unknown with guest speaker Ryan Ramsey, transformation consultant and former submarine captain
Terry Noble, Energy and Utilities Consultant at Odgers Interim talks to Jonathan Rossotto, Clean Tech and Energy Consultant at Odgers Berndtson about the transition to renewable energy, tighter regulation across the energy sector...
Terry Noble, Consultant in our Energy & Utilities Practice, discusses the future of the utilities industry as it moves towards achieving net zero emissions by 2050
Terry Noble, Consultant in Odgers Interim’s Energy and Utilities Practice, explains how the evolution of the smart grid will impact senior recruitment and resourcing across the energy sector
Terry Noble, Consultant in our Industrial Practice, explains how the utilities sector can attract talent as it looks to evolve
Cross-sharing of skills to fuel energy & water pipeline
The energy and water sector often finds itself caught in the political crossfire – and leaders have to second-guess both the government, and opposition’s real intentions.
Part of Ben’s role also entailed: representing Water Industry CEOs on the high level Retail Markets Opening Management Group chaired by Defra; briefing stakeholders across Government and the Press; and giving the Secretary of State at DEFRA confidence that the market would open on time.