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Kate Hardin, Executive Director of Deloitte’s Research Center for Energy and Industrials, has worked in the energy industry for 25 years. She currently leads Deloitte’s research on the impact of the energy transition on the energy and industrial manufacturing sectors. Before that, Kate led IHSMarkit’s integrated coverage of transportation decarbonization and the implications for automotive and energy companies.
Kate has served as an expert in residence at Yale’s Center for Business and Environment, and she is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Kate has an MBA from the Yale School of Management and a MA in Russian studies from Yale University.
2024 renewable energy industry outlook
Renewables set for a variable-speed takeoff as historic investment, competitiveness, and demand propel their development, while also exacerbating grid, supply chain, and workforce challenges.
Five in 5: Biofuels in transportation