National Grid to speak at Energy From Waste Conference 2016

National Grid to speak at Energy From Waste Conference 2016

Kate Grant from National Grid will be speaking at this year’s Energy from Waste Conference on behalf of the gogreengas consortium.

The Energy from Waste conference brings together senior level attendees and world-class speakers from all areas of the global waste to energy industry. This coming year’s event will take place on 24-25 February 2016 at the Royal College of Surgeons, London.

Kate Grant heads up the National Grid Gas Distribution Innovation Team. Kate has a background in large infrastructure delivery and has previously worked as a Project Manager on the Heathrow Terminal 2 Project and the London 2012 Olympic Games. Kate has also worked for E.ON as a Programme Manager, leading the UK R&D programme on energy efficient technologies and applications. Kate graduated from the University of Cape Town with a BSc degree in Electrical Engineering. After working for Eskom on the construction of a gas turbine power station in South Africa, Kate completed an MPhil degree in Engineering for Sustainable Development at Cambridge University.

Kate is passionate about accelerating innovation in the gas industry and driving long-term value for customers. She believes that the cornerstones of success are open collaboration and communication with new and existing partners.

Find out more information on the event click here.