Amber Infrastructure on sustainable energy and cities
We are delighted that Co-Head of the Sustainable Energy, Jenny Curtis, Amber Infrastructure, will join the second panel discussion on 'future energy and cities' at our City Hall London forum on 26th June.
She will be speaking alongside the National Infrastructure Commission's Head of Policy, Katie Black, EDF Energy's Head of UK R&D, Xavier Mamo, architect C F Moller's Teva Hesse, who runs the firm's London office and Mark Bramah who is leading on strategy for the Nottingham City Council-owned Robin Hood Energy.
Amber is one of the largest specialist infrastructure investment managers with assets of over £2.5bn. Jenny joined Amber in 2011 to set up a new team providing commercial fund management services on behalf of the public sector through co-investment funds established under EU grant programmes and with private investors.
This included the £112m London Energy Efficiency Fund (LEEF) and successor fund the £500m Mayor of London Energy Efficiency Fund (MEEF), as well as the National Digital Infrastructure Fund in partnership with HM Treasury.
Jenny also supports Amber’s origination activities in a variety of other low carbon initiatives, including EV Charging, District Heating and Battery Energy Storage. Prior to Amber Jenny held roles at PwC and Navigant. She has a degree from Oxford and two young children.