Energy Transition

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Carol Yan
EMEA Energy Transition and Renewables Lead, Amazon Web Services
Shweta Jadhav
Project Fellow, Clean Power and Electrification Programme, World Economic Forum
Kristen Panerali
Head of Clean Power, Grids and Electrification, World Economic Forum
Caroline Narich
Energy Transition Services North America Lead, Accenture
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