August 17, 2020
Going Net Zero at Historic Sites with Siân Phillips of the National Trust of England, Wales & Northern Ireland
When most people think of a historic site or landscape, they don’t think about the future. Today’s guest is not most people. Siân Phillips is a renewable energy specialist with the National Trust of England, Wales and Northern Ireland – a legendary preservation organization which is charting a new course for historic places – they’re using our past to literally power the future. This isn’t your grandaddy’s preservation – and we’re thrilled to bring it to you on this week’s PreserveCast.
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Siân Phillips is a native of Wales and current resident of England who has over fifteen years of project management & comprehensive environmental engineering consultancy experience which has included coordinating large multi-disciplinary teams and the management of over fifty renewable energy projects across the United Kingdom. Phillips is currently leading the National Trust of England, Wales and Northern Ireland’s innovative renewable energy delivery program where the nonprofit is utilizing historic properties and landscapes to help meet the island nation’s need for clean, safe and renewable energy.