24 June at 10:30 am
In this webinar explains what will be the needs in the future for engineering and maintenance. We discussed also the future needs in terms of industrialization and project management, as well as training and education aspects.
Jim Brown is the Director of ESP, a collaboration of Scotland’s colleges established in 2011 to provide the link between industry, government and its agencies whilst supporting colleges in the development and delivery of programmes to meet industry’s skills needs with a focus on Energy, Engineering, Construction, Emerging Technologies and STEM with a focus on the just transition to Net Zero.
He is a member of a wide range of government, industry and college sector groups and has been instrumental in establishing the group structures and training networks that underpin ESP.
An extensive skills career entering the college sector from industry before working with two Sector Skills Councils during which time he was also seconded into Scottish Government to develop their Renewable Energy Skills Framework for Action, is the Skills Lead for the Scottish Offshore Wind Energy Council (SOWEC) and represents the college sector on the Scottish Climate Emergency Skills Action Plan Implementation Steering Group.
Jim is also supporting a number of strategic projects with Dundee and Angus College including a focus on Industry 4.0 and the Michelin Scotland Innovation Parc Skills Academy.
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Greig Coull is the CEO of Michelin Scotland Innovation Parc (MSIP). Prior to this, Greig spent 35 years in a range of diverse roles at Michelin. Initially spending 18 years in a manufacturing environment, Greig then took up the position as Business and Marketing Director for Michelin Lifestyle Limited UK. In 2011 Greig moved to France to become European Marketing Director, and laterally for the past four years as Customer Racing Director for Michelin Motor Sport. In 2020 Greig returned to his roots in Dundee to take the position as CEO of Michelin Scotland Innovation Parc.
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Human Resources director
A HR/Finance graduate at Paris Sorbonne, Rachid LAMCHACHTI began his career in 2013 within leading industrial groups in Aeronautics and Automobiles. He has notably worked on SME integration projects, holding operational HR functions, and supporting change management. Today VP HR, he has an instrumental role in the development of a carbon-free industry through the training and building of key competences in zero-emission hydrogen technologies, currently scarce.
Stéphanie Paysant is Communication Director for France Hydrogen, the association that brings together industry players across the entire value chain. With a degree in chemistry, she began her professional career in leading and organizing events within the Société de Chimie Industrielle. She joined the French Hydrogen Association very soon after its creation and has been involved for 20 years to promote hydrogen solutions, increase the visibility of stakeholders in the sector and support the tremendous dynamic of hydrogen development in France.
Consultancy services for a broad range of clients providing guidance and analysis on the energy transition, as well as an associate for other sustainability consultancies including E4tech. An experienced project manager, including Innovate UK, FP7, Interreg and Horizon 2020 collaborative funded projects she is the Project Manager for the flagship Fuel Cells & Hydrogen Observatory (fchobservatorry.com) which has been developed for the FCHJU under commercial contract with E4tech.
Associate Professor at UTBM, Deputy Director of the Energy Department of the FEMTO-ST Institute
Robin Roche received the Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from UTBM, Belfort, France, in 2012. He is currently an Associate Professor with Habilitation with Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté and UTBM, FEMTO-ST Institute, as well as with FCLAB. He is the Deputy Director of the Energy department and the Chair of the microgrids group at FEMTO-ST. His research interests focus on hydrogen energy and renewable energy integration. He teaches courses on electric power systems and hydrogen.
Marketing & Communication Director
Graduated of Grenoble Ecole de Management and a Marketing master’s degree from ESSEC, Marion Savoy began her career in the security sector (video analytics software) for more than 10 years, before joining the Rougeot Group. Today, she is in charge of marketing and communication aspects for the Energy division with the mission to establish its brands and activities at the heart of the hydrogen ecosystem. She also manages and hosts the new H2H24 hydrogen web TV.
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