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COP27: “The energy transition is to recognize the need for a global change.” Valeska Hernandez said. – EN

Venezuelan energy specialist, Valeska Hernandez, participated in a panel on the Energy Transition during COP27.

The panel “Women Leading – The Energy Transition” (from left to right) Ann Rosenberg, Kasia Klaczynska Lewis, Valeska Hernandez, Katherine Dixon, Paula Kovarski.


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The energy transition was one of the main issues addressed at COP27, which took place between November 6 to 18, 2022 in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt. The summit brought together almost a hundred Heads of State and their representatives, UN members, CEOs, NGOs, development agencies, and other change agents.

During COP27, Valeska, Founder and CEO of The Visionist Advisers (TVA), a global agency specializing in expansion plans, was invited on November 14th to the panel “Women Leading – The Energy Transition”, discussing the future of energy, the speed at which we can implement a just transition, and how women can help to accelerate these efforts.

During the panel, which was moderated by Ann Rosenberg, Senior Vice President for Sustainable Development at Wood plc, Valeska Hernández, an expert in energy issues, was accompanied by industry leaders Kasia Klaczynska Lewis, Partner at EY; Katherine Dixon, Head of Bain’s Energy Transition Policy Center; Sergio De la Vega, Chairman of Citizens Companies; Paula Kovarski, Vice President of Strategy and Sustainability at Raizen; and Soudip Roy Chowdhury, Founder and CEO of Eugenie.ai.

The conversation focused on the importance of including women at the outset of decision-making processes, as fundamental axes of change stemming from the perspectives and knowledge gained from their lived experiences, which can provide unique, sustainable solutions to adapt to rapidly changing environmental conditions.

During her panel, Hernández referred to her agency’s proprietary method, saying “The [RE]Concept applies to the energy transition since it focuses on the possibility we have of redirecting our objectives. The prefix [RE] means “again”. Our concept is dedicated to humans, brands, companies, and organizations. The method focuses on solutions that lead to transformation. The energy transition is the result of recognizing the need for a global change”Hernández, who was born in the United States and maintains a strong relationship with her Venezuelan roots, said “I am from Venezuela, an oil producing country with the largest reserves in the world. We are going through processes of transformation and change that inspire us to forge new paths.”

In addition to being the founder of TVA, Valeska Hernández is an International Business advisor with fifteen years of experience in new business development projects in the Energy sector. She is proven and practiced in facilitating public-private partnerships, having worked with the top companies in the industry in the US, Latin America and the Caribbean, Europe, and Asia.

Valeska also participated in other conferences at COP27 presenting the achievement of her agency’s [RE]Concept. Additionally, she was present in relevant panels on behalf of TVA’s client Green School Tulum and Zama Desarrollos, and spreading awareness of the important work being carried out by the group in Mexico.

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