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The Future of Energy with Nicole Iseppi - Associate Director, ENGIE

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H1 - Menzies Building

20 Chancellors Walk, Monash University Clayton Campus

Clayton, Vic 3168

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Nicole Iseppi is the Associate Director – Strategy, Economic Development and Communication for Global Centralised Generation for ENGIE, a French multinational electric utility company which operates in the fields of electricity generation and distribution, natural gas, nuclear and renewable energy. In this lecture, Nicole will present on the Future of Energy as well as providing career advice and guidance to students.

This is a public lecture, open to students from all faculties and alumni.

Having graduated from Monash University in 2000, with a Bachelor of Law and a Bachelor of Arts, with a double major in strategic management and Japanese studies. She was admitted to the High Court of Australia and Supreme Court of Victoria in 2001. In 2004, she was admitted as a solicitor of England and Wales.

Nicole has since held senior positions in the Japan Bank for International Coorperation, Japan Carbon Finance, Ashurst before joining ENGIE in 2010 as Global Team Leader for International Financing Agreements and Deputy General Counsel (SAMEA – South Asia Middle East and Africa). In 2016, Nicole was appointed as Associate Director – Strategy, Economic Development and Communication for Global Centralised Generation.

In 2016 she was also appointed to the core working committee and as a Project Director for the global solar Terrawatt Initiative (TWI), a global independent non-profit foundation launched out of COP21, that promotes solar development.

Nicole co-leads the TWI & International Renewable Energy Agency’s (IRENA) global ‘Solar Energy Standardisation Initiative’, which aims at standardising contracts to streamline the global development and financing of solar projects and animate a high level of public & private dialogue between core stakeholders globally in an open, innovative and collaborative environment, to work out how best to achieve acceleration of solar to meet the objectives set via the “Sustainable Development Goals’ and the ‘Paris Agreement’.

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