Environmental Social Governance Stakeholder Engagement Expert Joins CeraPhi Energy Advisors
10 August 2021
Geothermal delivery business CeraPhi Energy is building its strong focus on environmental social governance (ESG) with its latest appointment.
Ilse Bermudez takes a seat on its Advisory Board as an ESG stakeholder engagement expert.
Bermudez, who has been with Wood for 13 years in business development, brings a wealth of energy expertise to the board with an engineering career that has taken her around the world on offshore platforms and floating production, storage, and offloading vessels (FPSOS), and was one of the first female engineers to be hired to work in a processing facility.
“I strongly feel that geothermal energy is key to improving the lives of people worldwide, and that CeraPhi is committed to this mission that I share. I am also fascinated by innovation and the endless possibilities for the usage of geothermal energy that are still to come.
“Not only am I personally committed to the 2050 Net Zero goal, but also to improve the quality of life for future generations. I want to be a part in a company that I believe in, and I believe that CeraPhi is investing in a technological leap for clean energy and human existence.”
Karl Farrow, CeraPhi founder and CEO, has known Ise for many years since meeting her in Africa when he was international business director at WOOD on a politically sensitive and challenging project.
“Ilse has just what CeraPhi needs to build on our already strong ethic around ESG to help us deliver our holistic values to energy food and water where I am sure she will play an instrumental role in the day-to-day strategic growth of the business.”