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Meeting the dual challenge of satisfying the world’s increasing energy demands while achieving net zero by 2050 will require innovation by all participants in the energy sector including its lawyers.

Simon Collier

EY Global Energy Law Co-Leader

Global energy sector lawyer. Helps clients make clean, reliable and affordable energy accessible to the populations they serve.

As the EY Global Energy Law Co-Leader, Simon Collier advises international clients on the acquisition, development, financing and disposal of energy projects around the world. He has experience across the energy value chain — from wind and solar photovoltaic (PV) through green and blue hydrogen, to oil, gas and liquefied natural gas (LNG).

Simon has a particular interest in the development of hydrogen and decarbonization technologies.

Prior to joining EY, he was a Legal Director in the energy projects team at a global law firm.

Simon has a BA in Geography from Durham University, as well as a Graduate Diploma in Law and Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice from BPP Law School in London.

How Simon is building a better working world

Simon believes in building a better working world by helping his clients deliver energy projects efficiently and responsibly in response to growing consumer demand, driving inclusive economic growth by increasing access to clean, reliable and affordable energy in markets around the world. He enjoys developing innovative solutions to complex problems, and working with governments and corporates to meet their goals.

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