Angus McCrone is a successful writer and chief editor of Bloomberg New Energy Finance, the world's leading provider of analysis, data and news. He conducts research, creates newsletters and updates the companies blog on renewable energy, energy smart technologies, carbon, gas and power. Working with New Energy Finance since 2007, McCrone’s commitment and opinions are strongly valued.
McCrone is an experienced speaker, moderator and panelist at conferences and seminars. He was part of the environment, climate change and land reform committee to help reduce emissions in Scotland and attends annual BNEF Summits in London. At BNEF, Angus manages a team of eight editors and analysts and has an interest in topics such as clean energy investment trends, project finances, institutional investment in renewables and marine energy.
Prior to joining BNEF, Angus has 18 years experience writing financial articles for national newspapers. He wrote on subjects such as economics, investment and markets for the Sunday Times, Sunday Telegraph and The Scotsman. He also worked part time as senior economist for Centre of Economics and Business Research and was director of a new FSA authorised financial services firm. Angus received a MCS in economic history from the London School oxf Economics, he also holds an MA in modern history from the University of St Andrews and a Certificate of Investment Management awarded by the Securities Institute UK.
His confidence, passion and depth of knowledge on maintaining the sustainability of the environment offers a possible educational topic to his speeches as climate change and emissions is a current affair frequently discussed in headlining news articles.