Director of Energy Research
World Business Academy
Areas of Expertise:Clean Energy, Climate Change, Demand Side Management, Electric Vehicles, Energy Economics, Energy Security, Energy Storage, Environment, Environmental Policy, Fuel Cells, Hydrogen, Hydropower, Infrastructure, R&D, Regulation, Renewables, Smart Grid, Transmission, Transportation
Director of Energy Research for the World Business Academy (the "Academy"), a non-profit business think tank, action incubator and network of business and thought leaders whose mission is to inspire business to assume responsibility for the whole of society and assist those in business who share its values. My areas of focus include environmental degradation; the shift toward distributed energy systems based on renewable energy; and the existential threat posed by climate change. My work also explores new metrics for valuation of advanced energy resources, sustainable business strategies and global energy reconstruction.rnrnFormerly an executive assistant with 8+ years of experience supporting C-level executives to improve internal operations for publicly-held corporation operating in multiple states. Prior legal expertise encompasses corporate/securities work encompassing a wide range of business transactions relevant to corporate financing and operation.
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