Johnson Matthey's CTO, Maurits Van Tol, covers game-changing shifts and opportunities arising across sustainability and renewable energy, critical pivots in the current environment and more with Boyden's Francesca d'Arcangeli.
Boyden’s Fuelling Sustainability: An Executive View presents discussions with business and thought leaders on the issue of renewable energy and sustainability. In a micro-interview format, the series delivers diverse, global perspectives from executives across a number of industries, highlighting the unique considerations, opportunities, and obstacles across sectors and regions. The conversation is an extension of Boyden's recent issue of Resilient Leadership: Fuelling Renewable Energy, featuring the expert opinion of our Energy Practice Group Partners.
This edition features Maurits Van Tol, Chief Technology Officer at Johnson Matthey (JM), a global leader in sustainable technologies headquartered in the U.K. A passionate R&D and innovation strategy executive, Maurits joined JM after 26 years in the chemical industry. With a strong focus on sustainability, he supports JM's vision in applying unrivalled scientific expertise to enable cleaner air, improved health, and the more efficient use of our planet's natural resources. In discussion with Boyden Industrial Practice Global Leader, Francesca d'Arcangeli, their conversation covers game-changing shifts and opportunities arising across renewable energy, critical pivots in the current environment, response to consumer values and priorities, and the behavioural changes organisations and consumers will need to implement to have an impact.
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Find more on the topic from Boyden's energy practice group Partners, including Thomas Zay (United States), Kjetil Haug-Nodeland (Norway), Lisa Pendleton (Australia), Morten Winther (Denmark), Kevin Gormely (Canada), and Allan Marks (Australia).