Senior Vice President, Renewables Advisory
In all of her roles for the past 17 years in the renewable power industry, Marion Hill has been dedicated to championing the widespread deployment and operations of renewables to address climate change and positively impact society and the planet. She has been part of a start-up, developed and grown profitable business units, turned around businesses, spearheaded digital transformation, and undertook substantial change management. Since 2018, she has been leading DNV GL’s Renewables Advisory businesses in North America to deliver expertise and data to the renewable sector with technical rigor, strong customer service and high responsiveness.
She began her renewable energy career in 2003 with Helimax Energy Inc., a small start up in wind advisory service. She took on increasing levels of responsibility, and Helimax was acquired by GL, then merged with DNV GL. Today, she is based in Montreal and responsible for all DNV GL’s renewables advisory work in North America which includes strategy, management and oversight of approximately 200 employees in over 15 locations throughout the US and Canada. Her responsibilities delivering a profitable business offering expert advisory work across the entire lifecycle of wind, solar and energy storage projects. During Marion’s tenure at the helm, DNV GL has grown its market share, increased the depth and breadth of their services, introduced new products, expanded efforts in digitization, reduced turn-over, and increased it’s profitability. Her technical expertise lies in the fields of technical due diligence, project management, project financing, project development, engineering, resource assessment, and contract negotiations for wind, solar and storage projects.
Marion received her electrical engineering degree from University of Toronto and her MBA from HEC Montreal. She furthered her education in 2018 by taking courses in Leading Digital Transformations at INSEAD and Digital Business Models at UC Berkley in California.
Friday, October 9, 2020
3:40 PM – 3:50 PM EDT