• Global problem: local solutions • Moving to lower carbon alternatives for energy supply • Low carbon transport/fuel options • Generating additional income from new power sources • Hunting for energy waste in your operations
Oriol Margó is the Sustainability Transformation Leader for Kimberly-Clark in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
He’s responsible for developing and implementing the sustainability strategies on Climate, Plastics, Water and Climate footprint programs as well as Social Impact bringing a transformational approach to accelerate execution. In the past Oriol covered different areas of responsibility for Kimberly -Clark across EMEA in Value Stream, Cost Transformation, Research and Development, Engineering Project Management and Manufacturing with assignments and projects across its European Mills.
Oriol has a MSc in Industrial Engineering by the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya and a Post-Master Technological degree (PDEng) by the Eindhoven University of Technology.
Head of Industrial Markets
Harry is accountable for developing opportunities to provide carbon-free power to the industrial markets. This includes the provision of consistent and predictable levels of clean energy for desalination, data centres and the production of hydrogen and other e-fuels. After completing a master’s degree in Engineering at the University of Bristol, Harry joined Rolls-Royce in 2010 on a graduate training programme. His career in Rolls-Royce has involved a range of senior project delivery and business development roles, covering multiple sectors from Commercial Marine, Commercial Aero, Nuclear Submarines and lastly Civil Nuclear. In the last year he has also completed a master’s degree in nuclear science and technology.