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30% Club Ireland Quarterly Meeting

June 26, 2023 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

‘Old maps don’t work on new roads’ – a fresh take on how diversity impacts thinking on future energy solutions


This session will be of interest if you’re

·         integrating your EDI and Business Agenda

·         building your organisation’s Sustainability / ESG agenda

·         interested in future energy solutions

·         involved in driving investment solutions.




Our main speaker is Catherine Sheridan who is Head of Strategy with Green Rebel. Her presentation entitled “Old Maps don’t work on New Roads” explains the key role that diversity will have in achieving the sustainability agenda. She says, “We’re creating a new energy future; if we include all sectors of society, not only will we meet our sustainability goals, we will get there quicker and with co-benefits like geopolitical stability and a just transition for all.”


At this short lunchtime event we will also be updating you on progress on our new Investor Group initiative.


Who is this session for?


You, and colleagues in your organisation who have a general or a specific interest in ESG, diversifying the energy and sustainability conversations in your organisation, or integrating diversity across the breadth of the business agenda. Please feel welcome to share the invitation.


Some Housekeeping


This event will be held over Zoom, and the link will issue before the event to those who have registered
This invitation has been issued to you as the 30% Club contact for your organisation and we would also encourage you to share the invitation with colleagues as your guests. If you can’t attend, please feel free to share the invitation with other team colleagues.




Catherine Sheridan is Head of Strategy with Green Rebel, who acquire and interpret offshore wind data for developers. She has worked with public utilities in engineering and commercial roles, and more recently in communications, stakeholder engagement and energy policy. She has an engineering degree from University of Galway, a Masters of Science from UCC and is a Fellow of Engineers Ireland. Catherine is a board member of Cork Chamber as well as a strong advocate for gender equity, STEM and neurodiversity.


We are delighted to invite you to our upcoming event

If you have any questions please contact 30% Club (30percentclub@kpmg.ie)