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Ronnie Quinn

Local Energy Advisor UK & Ireland Offshore Wind

Ronnie has over 30 years’ experience in the energy and renewables industries. His professional career began as a solicitor where he worked both in private practice and in local government. He then moved into the electricity markets’ sector where he was Managing Director of the company administering the electricity market in Scotland. Ronnie has worked for The Crown Estate where he led the transfer of its functions in Scotland to Scottish Ministers, being Crown Estate Scotland’s first Chief Executive. In this role he instigated the ScotWind leasing round. Until recently Ronnie was Chief Executive of NECCUS, the membership organisation supporting and representing members through the challenge and opportunity of industrial decarbonisation in Scotland. Ronnie was a Commissioner on Scotland’s Just Transition Commission and currently sits on the Board of Management of City of Glasgow College where he is chair of the Finance Committee.

Ronnie Quinn