The TE100 is a newly launched programme by Transition Economist to promote and highlight outstanding contributions to the energy transition by women across 10 categories. Transition Economist received a huge number of nominations for each category, ultimately selecting Anne Lapierre for her work in renewable energy.
Anne has been involved in the renewables sector for over 30 years. She has worked on some of the most complex, first of its kind projects across Europe and Africa advising multinational financial institutions, energy companies and private equity funds. Anne is currently leading the Norton Rose Fulbright global team in the drive to scale up hydrogen and is highly regarded for her experience in carbon markets.
Anne Lapierre, Global Head of Energy at Norton Rose Fulbright, commented:
“It is an honour to be recognised by Transition Economist as part of the TE100: Women in the Energy Transition feature for the renewables category. Ensuring permanent and effective progress is being made towards the energy transition is essential for a sustainable future. The TE100 is a fantastic initiative working to promote the important achievements and contributions made by women in the energy field and I am thrilled to be one of the chosen nominees.”