OUR ENERGY TEAM

OUR ENERGY TEAM

Chris Sass

CO-HOST

Chris is the CRO and co-founder of Fidectus AG, a leader in next-generation post-trade processing for energy traders. Chris is a technologist who specialises in bringing new and emerging technology to market. Transforming the back office of energy traders empowers the energy trader by increasing cash flow and reducing credit risk.

Energy is more than a job for Chris. He is passionate about energy transformation and always looking to understand business models to meet future energy needs. He brings a pragmatic approach to the Podcast, whether discussing legacy processes or cutting-edge enhancements. His experience as a technologist and entrepreneur, coupled with his passion help drive the podcast. His goal for the podcast is to provide a unique corpus of industry-specific knowledge which industry insiders can leverage to improve their skills and knowledge.

Johan Oberg

CO-HOST

Johan heads up marketing for Alpiq, a leading Swiss electricity producer and energy services provider active throughout Europe. His background is in international sales and marketing working with global Telecom, IT Software and Energy organisations on technologies such as IoT, SaaS, UC and Energy Management.

He studied Marketing and Communication at the University of Bridgeport (USA) and is a co-author of several business and thought leading papers such as “IoT Connected Things”, “The Decarbonised Energy Opportunity” and “Smart Public Transport”. He is a frequent keynote speaker and panel participants on business, digital and marketing forums as well as a podcast host on the Insider’s Guide to Energy.

Declan Shortt

PRODUCER

Declan is a Finance, Accounting and Management student in his final year at the Univeristy of Nottingham. He is currently working in the cybersecurity space but has recently become passionate about global sustainability. Declan is a passionate sailor, surfer hiker in his free time.

William Stephenson

PRODUCER

Will is an energy market analyst based in Oxford, UK, where his work currently focuses on the Irish power market. He studied undergraduate General Engineering at Durham University and subsequently studied for an MPhil degree in Energy Technologies at the University of Cambridge. His area of particular interest is in the role for flexible technologies (such as batteries) and flexibility markets in enabling the clean energy transition.