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Guy Turner

Visiting Researcher
Smith School of Enterprise & Environment, Oxford University

Guy is an independent analyst, advisor and investor in the climate, clean energy and environmental sectors with over 20 years' experience. Guy is currently acting as an independent consultant, a visiting researcher at Oxford University's Smith School of Business and the Environment, and a board member of satellite software company, Rezatec Ltd. With backgrounds in economics, finance, engineering and environmental analysis, Guy has always sought bring an objective and multi-disciplinary approach to his work. Until January 2014 Guy was Chief Economist and Director of Commodity Research in Bloomberg New Energy Finance, having created and built the firm's carbon market analysis business in 2006. A Bloomberg New Energy Finance the carbon market business quickly established itself as the leading source of analysis of these new markets with a global client base including banks, trading houses, utilities, oil and gas majors and governments. Throughout his career Guy has worked for numerous governments and their agencies to help design better environmental and energy policies. He has also worked extensively in the private sector providing strategic advice to some of the world's largest energy, manufacturing and natural resource companies. Prior to joining New Energy Finance Guy held senior management positions in a number of consulting firms including Enviros, Entec and Ecotec Research & Consulting. Guy holds degrees in Economics and Engineering from the University of Birmingham, an MSc in Environmental Technology and Policy from Manchester University and is a graduate of the London Business School Corporate Finance Programme. He is a founding participant and member of the Carbon Market Investors Association, a member of the Barclays Environmental Markets Index Committee and a guest lecturer at Cass Business School and London Business School.

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