21 - 22 March 2023, Altis Grand Hotel, Lisbon, Portugal


Stirling Habbitts

Director of Business Development, Managing Director Hydrogen
Source Galileo Ltd
Stirling Habbitts

Stirling has 20 years of experience in renewable energy finance and advisory. Prior to Source Galileo, Stirling held senior positions in the project finance teams of the European banks ING, UniCredit and Triodos Bank focused on renewables, onshore and offshore wind and hydrogen, as well as financial advisory roles at KPMG and Green Giraffe. At Source Galileo Stirling is involved in the development of onshore solar and battery and offshore wind projects, including hydrogen production from floating offshore wind farms. Stirling holds a masters degree in mechanical engineering and a masters degree in environmental engineering and sustainable infrastructure from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden.

21 Mar 2023
 - 15:40 GMT
Panel Discussion

Although still nascent, green hydrogen opportunities excite the sector both with the potential to decarbonise different processes across a myriad of industries. If able to be produced and used at scale, green hydrogen has the potential to be one of the largest markets in the renewables sector, with Goldman Sachs predicting the market could be as large as €10tn by 2050.