Enabling Decarbonization and Social Impact through Strategic Partnerships

To tackle the climate crisis, creative and innovative partnerships need to scale. During this panel Enel North America will explore how this is achievable. Alongside our customers and partners, we will showcase strategies to help accelerate progress towards meeting your sustainability targets and share actionable ideas to enable a clean energy future for all.

Presented By


About The Speakers

Marcus Krembs - Enel North America (1)

Marcus Krembs - Head of Sustainability, Enel

Marcus Krembs is Head of Sustainability, USA & Canada, at Enel North America, where he is responsible for sustainability across each of Enel’s business lines, Enel Green Power, Enel X and Global Trading.

Since 2015, Mr. Krembs served as Director of Sustainability for Enel Green Power North America, where he established and led the company’s Creating Shared Value model and community relations efforts across North American operations. These programs played a key role in helping EGP maintain its social license and grow its portfolio to more than six gigawatts, which currently includes 70 plants in 22 states and Alberta, Canada.

Prior to Enel, Mr. Krembs worked in progressive roles in environmental markets, carbon management and corporate sustainability with leading companies across the energy value chain. Mr. Krembs received his bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Environmental Economics from Colorado State University.


Simone Gourguechon - McDonald’s

Simone Gourguechon - Director, Global Sustainability, Restaurants & Customer Experience, McDonalds

In McDonald’s Global Impact function, Simone recently took the helm to lead global sustainability strategies related to McDonald’s restaurants, offices and the experience of customers and communities via the restaurants. This includes overseeing the company’s climate target, renewable energy, green design, and circularity strategy for packaging and waste. With McDonald’s for six years, she has held various roles, including ESG Strategy and Sustainability Public Affairs, that leverage her ability to work globally and cross-functionally to demonstrate responsible growth and value creation for the company through positive impact for people and planet. Her background is in sustainable development and diplomacy, and she has worked in various geographies and sectors including with the United Nations in Indonesia and NGOs and businesses in Washington, D.C.. ​

Danny Fahey - Martin Brower

Danny Fahey - VP US Strategy & Sustainability, Martin Brower

Danny Fahey currently serves as US Vice President of Quality and Sustainability for The Martin-Brower Company, L.L.C.

Danny is responsible for driving our Sustainability strategies to achieve our ambitious carbon and waste reduction targets in the US, while developing strategies that exceed our quality expectations, spanning three core customers and servicing more than 13,000 restaurant locations. He also serves as the lead of McDonald’s North America Logistics Council for Sustainability and serves on McDonald’s Global Logistics Council for Sustainability.

Danny holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from North Carolina State University and is a certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt.

Morten Dyrholm - Vestas Wind Systems AS

Morten Dyrholm - Group Senior Vice President, Vestas

Morten Dyrholm is Group Senior Vice President at Vestas Wind System with extensive experience form the wind industry around the globe and a leading expert in sustainable energy policy and regulation. For more than 15 years, he has played a growing role at Vestas – originally in China and then globally – in government and public affairs and business development, helping Vestas expand into new markets and supporting the development of effective wind and renewable energy policy in countries around the globe.


Marcus Krembs

Simone Gourguechon

Danny Fahey

Morten Dyrholm


Climate action needs all-hands-on-deck! Join The Nest Climate Campus community from September 24-26th in NYC.