Horizon Power: A Clean Industrial Decarbonisation Partner

10 Oct 2023Energy
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Horizon Power: A Clean Industrial Decarbonisation Partner

Horizon Power: A Clean Industrial Decarbonisation Partner

10 Oct 2023Energy
About the speaker
  • Stephanie Unwin
    Stephanie Unwin
    CEO at Horizon Power
    As Chief Executive Officer of Horizon Power, Stephanie Unwin leads a 500 strong team of energy professionals to deliver power to some of Western Australia’s most remote and regional communities. Under her leadership Horizon Power is transforming the WA regional energy landscape in an increasingly decentralised delivery model to more than 48,000 connections across 32 microgrids through 2.3 million square kilometres of rugged and remote territory. Stephanie is passionate about collaboration, inclusion and diversity to build an engaged and inspired workforce. Her ability to facilitate change on a foundation of safety is delivering Horizon Power’s vision of innovative customer choices, reduced costs and cleaner, greener energy solutions for the future through reducing Horizon Power’s carbon footprint, and investing in new technologies such as hydrogen. Stephanie is a recognised energy industry leader having joined Verve Energy in 2008, continuing into its transition to Synergy. Stephanie has significant executive and Board-level experience with a number of publicly listed companies, including Alacer Gold Corp, Zenith Energy, Integra Mining Limited and several non-listed joint ventures. She was a Board Member of the Australian Renewable Energy Agency from April 2018 to July 2023, and is currently a board member of Energy Networks Australia and a member of the CSIRO Energy Advisory Group. Stephanie is also a Senate member of Murdoch University. Stephanie brings a depth of experience as an energy utility CEO across transmission, distribution, retail and generation and is passionate about the energy transition to renewables and now we create safe, reliable decarbonised economies, where the benefits are accessible to all of the community

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