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John O'Brien

Prior to joining the Australian energy industry, John held teaching, oil and gas and consulting engineering roles in the UK, Canada and the Middle East. John has engineering degrees from the University of Oxford and Trinity College, Dublin and an MBA from the University of Adelaide. He spent nine years working in one of Australia’s leading energy companies. After holding project management and operational roles, John spent six years in development roles working on development, strategy and M&A projects. During this time John gained extensive experience developing, analysing, investing in and securing Cleantech projects. In addition to this industry experience, John has experience and an extensive network of contacts in investment providers in Australia and the UK. In particular, John has close ties with those investment groups specifically looking to invest in Cleantech projects. He is a member of South Australia’s Premier’s Climate Change Council and is an adjunct lecturer in Leadership and Entrepreneurship on the MBA at the University of Adelaide


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