An experienced transaction leader with deep insight across the spectrum of climate change adaptation and mitigation infrastructure, Stephen is a Managing Director for US Ernst & Young Infrastructure Advisors, LLC. He leads its energy and environmental infrastructure focus.
Stephen has advised government at all levels around the world on the structuring, procurement and financing of major water and energy projects and programs.
His roles have included working with the US EPA’s water infrastructure finance and innovation program, advising the UK government’s waste-to-energy program and advising the governments of Morocco and Egypt on major strategic energy and water infrastructure initatives.
Stephen works with major corporations seeking to decarbonize their US and global operations and green their energy supply, and is a regular conference speaker and thought leader in this space. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Cambridge.
How Stephen is building a better working world
"I provide financial and commercial advice to better help governments and corporations rise to the challenge of climate change and to facilitate or provide performance-based infrastructure, faster and more effectively. This may be through the construction of new sources of clean energy or through the development of climate resilient infrastructure that protects communities’ water and energy resources from climate risks."