Kerry Hayes
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Kerry Hayes

Project manager

Kerry is a project manager at Regen who has a broad range of experience, including most recently, decarbonisation of heat. She is currently embedded in the Bristol City Council energy infrastructure team and is managing heat networks feasibility projects across the city. Kerry is a member of the Devon County Council Net Zero Taskforce, working as part of a team of experts to shape the plan for Devon to get to net zero.

She previously managed and produced the Solar Commission paper, which she launched in the House of Lords.  Kerry is also the marine energy sector lead and has a broad range of experience in marine and offshore energy, focusing on data analysis, supply chain development and planning, consenting and energy policy.

She sits on the Regen – Women in Renewable Energy (ReWiRE) steering board and is passionate about increasing female representation and building a pipeline of women in the energy sector. On these themes, she is a regular conference speaker, mentor for students and professionals and does outreach work with schools and universities.

Kerry is a strong public speaker and regularly lectures on marine energy for postgraduate students at the University of Plymouth, University of Exeter and the Marine Learning Alliance as an associate lecturer. She also regularly speaks at conferences and chair panels.

Kerry has a BSc in Ocean Science and an MSc in Marine Renewable Energy, both from the University of Plymouth.



Blog posts by Kerry

Big oil raises the stakes in UK offshore wind market

Graphic of the month – Offshore wind CfD results

Groundbreaking projects and schemes honored at the Green Energy Awards

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