David Scaysbrook appears on the Redefining Energy podcast to discuss the industry
Quinbrook Infrastructure Partner’s (“Quinbrook”) co-founder and managing partner, David Scaysbrook, recently appeared on Gerard Reid and Laurent Segalen’s ‘Redefining Energy’ podcast.
In the 66th episode, “The Missing Hours: In Search of 24/7 Carbon Free Power”, David discusses his vision and execution of infrastructure capable of delivering 24/7 carbon free power. Covering all types of renewables such as wind, solar, batteries and biomass, the conversation also highlights the growing importance of digital applications and ESG.
We are starting to see very profound changes in the way power markets behave and the way power gets priced, particularly because of the cost performance some of the leading renewable technologies…particularly solar which has probably been the most potent impact we have seen in the last five years.David Scaysbrook
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The information contained in the podcast (a) is not an endorsement or testimonial for which Quinbrook offered or provided any cash or non-cash compensation, directly or indirectly, and (b) does not constitute an offer by Quinbrook of any investment advisory services with regard to securities to existing or prospective clients.
About Redefining Energy Podcast
Redefining Energy (redefining-energy.com) is a bi-monthly podcast that analyses the major changes taking places in the increasingly complex and fast-moving world of energy. The podcast is hosted by Gerard Reid and Laurent Segalen.
Quinbrook Infrastructure Partners (http://www.quinbrook.com) is a specialist investment manager focused exclusively on renewables, storage and grid support infrastructure and operational asset management in the US, UK and Australia. Quinbrook is led and managed by a senior team of power industry professionals who have collectively invested c.USD 8.2 billion equity in energy infrastructure assets since the early 1990s, representing a total enterprise value of c.USD 28.7 billion or 19.5 GW of power supply capacity. Quinbrook has completed a diverse range of direct investments in both utility and distributed scale onshore wind and solar power, battery storage, reserve peaking capacity, biomass, fugitive methane recovery, hydro and flexible energy management solutions in the US, UK and Australia.