HostChristine E. Crowe

Stakeholder engagement and public outreach requirements in energy projects

How technology can help energy projects navigate a constantly evolving regulatory environment

Thursday April 27
11:30 am – 12:15 pm EDT

If you’d like to take your existing stakeholder engagement strategy to the next level and increase business efficiency, this free webinar is for you.

We hope you’ll join us to learn how stakeholder relationship management (SRM) software can help energy projects build meaningful relationships with stakeholders and more easily achieve business goals.

Why attend?

Modernizing energy infrastructure to meet growing demand is already a challenge, but project developers also need to navigate a constantly changing regulatory environment. This is particularly true when it comes to public participation, community engagement, and demonstrating social acceptance.

To ensure compliance with these ever-evolving requirements, teams need a robust system to manage stakeholder engagement over the entire lifecycle of a project. In this webinar, Christine will share real-world examples and best practices to demonstrate how fit-for-purpose tools and a proven methodology can help teams work more efficiently and stay ahead of new legislation.

This presentation will cover:

  • The main challenges faced by engagement teams in the energy industry and how to address them with data-driven technology.
  • The benefits of using a stakeholder engagement platform, including centralizing various forms of engagements, building an institutional memory, and facilitate reporting to regulators and government agencies.
  • How to leverage relationship management software to simplify stakeholder data management and optimize engagement.

About Christine, our host expert

Over the course of her career, Christine has worked on a wide variety of projects, including the development and analysis of renewable fuels and the valorization of waste for fuels. She is fascinated by the work being done to modernize infrastructure, and in the many ways that investing in climate and biodiversity protection creates opportunities for innovation. Christine enjoys working with motivated companies who see the need to commit to sustainable practices, and who understand that science and data can help solve social problems by engaging the public, building trust, improving transparency, and promoting social responsibility.