Beca is pleased to announce that John Duffy has taken on a new role as Business Director for Energy Advisory, covering renewables, sustainable fuels, decarbonisation and transmission.
Commencing 7 August, John will work with the growing team of Future Energy leaders from across our business.
"I am excited about the opportunity to work in the energy advisory market, with a team of great people and clients. We are facing huge challenges in responding to the need for urgent energy transition across all markets and society, which is creating related opportunities to change the way in which we approach the funding, planning, design, delivery and operation of the transition programme," says John.
In his role, John will partner with a wide variety of clients helping them tackle the challenges of decarbonisation in a dynamic energy environment and new energy systems. He will be supporting client complex investment decisions between public, private and other entities, through to delivery of programmes, projects and asset renewals, providing an integrated service offering for the energy lifecycle.
"Having a broad mix of advisory business, client relationship and technical leadership experience and a track record of services growth, John brings incredible insights into the challenges our clients face in their Future Energy ambitions." says Shane Gowan – General Manager Industrial, and leader of our group energy transition offering.
"The Future Energy space has significant opportunities across all the markets we work in. Getting this right and growing delivery apace is a crucial element of global sustainability; and is an area Beca is investing in to support as we look to make everyday better for our planet and communities." - John Duffy.
Prior to this, John Duffy was the General Manager – Community Shaping at Beca for 12 years, overseeing the growth and development of a multi-disciplinary team which now operates across Beca to assist clients and communities in front-end strategy, design and delivery of community and infrastructure growth and development programmes.