Rhiannon moved from Australia to the UK to pursue a PhD in solar energy, then worked for the Department of Energy and Climate Change before making the transition to Shell in 2013. She started in what was then Future Energy Technologies, acting as a commercial lead on low carbon venture capital deals. In 2014 when Shell began to look into restarting its renewable energy business Rhiannon co-wrote the Wind business plan and re-entry strategy. For the next 5 years Rhiannon’s various roles encompass company and project mergers and acquisitions (M&A), power market and renewable investment fundamentals and decarbonisation pathways. Since 2019 Rhiannon has been leading on Shell’s re-entry into UK large B2B power supply and is currently leading our integrated customer interface for decarbonisation solutions.
Hall 4 Pathway to Net Zero Talks
The business case for change: Six things you need to know to map your commercial journey to net zero
The journey to net zero will be felt across your business. Ensuring the commercial aspects of your approach have been planned and accounted for appropriately will be a key element to achieving your net-zero goals.
From reinvesting your efficiency gains and leveraging sustainability grants, to navigating the complex sea of green financing options, Rhiannon Mulherin outlines the six things you need to know to map your commercial journey to net-zero.