Energy Industry expert with 20 years’ experience advising customers on a wide variety of energy technologies.
We all have a role to play in the energy transition and women have unique skill sets that can help the world solve the problem of decarbonization.
Linette Casey is the Director of Power Systems Development at Siemens Energy. She is responsible for leading a nationwide team business development managers focused on new and emerging energy technologies. Her team focuses on driving the renewable energy transition alongside key customers who are implementing new energy technologies including major utility, developer and EPC verticals. Current technologies of focus include off-shore wind grid integration, hydrogen, energy storage, decarbonization studies, and various Power to X technologies currently in research and development.
She has been in the energy industry for 20 years holding positions in Logistics, Procurement, Inventory Management and Sales. She is a certified Six Sigma Blackbelt who holds a B.S. in International Business & Logistics from Maine Maritime Academy and an M.S. in Management from Troy State University. Linette is currently pursuing a Graduate Certificate in Corporate Sustainability & Innovation at Harvard.
Linette is passionate about connecting, developing, and mentoring strong women and girls. She is a founding member of the Boston Chapter of the Women’s Energy Network, currently serving as President. She was recently honored by PowerGen International with the Excellence In Character Award (formerly Woman of the Year), TE100 as one of the Top 10 Global Women in Sustainability, and named a finalist for the C3E Excellence in Business Award.
Women of Distinction – Maine Maritime Academy – February 2019
Energy Storage – Opportunities and Potential Regulatory Pitfalls – Women’s Energy Network National Conference – April 2019
Impact Stories – Boston Women’s Energy Network – July 2019
The POWER of Meaningful Mentoring Relationships – Greentown Labs – August 2020
Female Intrapreneurs – Siemens Energy – March 2021
Follow the Electron – Girls STEM Summit – April 2021
Exploring ESG in the Energy Industry – Ally Energy – May 2021
ESG in the Energy Transition – Siemens Energy – June 2021
Transmission Infrastructure Investment in the US – Global Transmission Report – July 2021
Challenges and Opportunities of Hydrogen with DoE’s Dr. Satyapal – Moderator – September 2021
Renewable Technology – Pittsburgh Women’s Energy Network Annual Education Conference – November 2021
New England Decarbonization Efforts – Meeting the Goals of COP26 – Moderator – Women’s Energy Network – March 2022
Careers in Energy – Northeastern University Energy Systems Society – March 2022
Powering the Electrical Grid in an Era of Environmental Stewardship –Hydrogen Technology – Tulane Engineering Forum – April 2022
Decarbonization in the Energy Sector – Women’s Energy Network Global Conference – April 2022
The Energy Transition – Transition Economist – October 2021 - https://pemedianetwork.com/transition-economist/whitepapers/te100-with-change-comes-opportunity-and-that-is-no-different-in-the-energy-transition
Everyday Superheroes Women in Energy Careers by Erin Twamley and Joshua Sneideman – highlighted in the book as a Trailblazer – March 2022
Driving Sustainability Projects Forward – dss+ - March 2022 - https://impactforgood.consultdss.eu/driving-sustainability-projects/