Event: Octopus Energy: Vision, Technologies, and Culture

The Oxford Energy Society is pleased to introduce James Doyle, Head of Operations at Octopus Energy for this week’s talk. James will discuss Octopus Energy’s proposition and how they’re seeking to transform the energy system on a global scale. He’ll talk about the use of technology to drive decarbonisation, and equally how their people focused culture is critical to success.

James Doyle is the Head of Operations at Octopus Energy and one of its first team members. Octopus Energy was founded in 2015 and is now one of the major renewable energy suppliers in the UK, observing rapid growth and large flows of funding from all sources. It is composed of 10 businesses spanning 6 countries across 3 continents, aiming to use tech to make power cheaper, greener, and better for people.

This talk will be happening at 5:30pm, Wednesday 16th February, in the Diversity Room at the Geography Department. A member of the committee will meet you at the building entrance. There is also the option to watch online via YouTube

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