Marine Renewables Canada
Marine Renewables Canada was established in 2004 and focuses on advancing the development of wave, tidal, and river current energy in Canada. By aligning industry, academia and government, Marine Renewables Canada works to ensure that Canada is a leader in providing marine energy solutions to a world market. A national non-profit association, Marine Renewables Canada works endlessly to aid in the realisation of Canada’s marine energy resources, technologies, and project capabilities.
is the Executive Director of Marine Renewables Canada, which he joined Marine Renewables Canada in September of 2018 and plays a key role in working with industry, the supply chain, research community, and government to advance marine renewable energy development.
Paul brings a range of experience and expertise having also held roles with the EY Consulting Team in London UK working with the UK Department of International Trade, the Maritimes Energy Association (formerly OTANS), the Nova Scotia Department of Energy, and assignments for Atlantic Canada including inward investment attraction client targeting on behalf of ACOA’s Atlantic Canada Energy Office, and inward investment work including an assignment on behalf of Enterprise Saskatchewan in the mining engineering area.
Paul is a graduate of Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen UK holding a Master of Business Administration in Oil & Gas Management (MBA). His consultancy thesis, undertaken on behalf of Aberdeen City and Shires Economic Futures, was an analysis & strategy plan to expand international capture rate for UK oil/ gas & renewable supply chain.
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