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Thomas B. Johansson
Professor of Energy Systems Analysis
University of Lund, Sweden 

Thomas B. Johansson is Professor of Energy Systems Analysis and Director of the International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics at the University of Lund, Sweden. Prof. Johansson obtained his Ph.D. in nuclear physics from the Lund Institute of Technology. From 1994 to 2001, he was Director of UNDP´s Energy and Atmosphere Programme and served on the Editorial Board of the World Energy Assessment (1998-2000). In 2000, he was jointly awarded the Volvo Environment Prize for the book Energy for Sustainable Development. Prof. Johansson is also the International Co-Chairman of the Working Group on Energy Strategies and Technologies of the China Council on International Cooperation for Environment and Development, Chairman of the Board of the International Energy Initiative, and a Convening Lead Author of the Second Assessment Report of the IPCC.


Abha Joshi-Ghani
Sector Manager, Urban Development, Finance, Economics and Urban Development Department
The World Bank

Abha Joshi-Ghani is Manager, Urban Development, in the Finance, Economics and Urban Development Department of the World Bank.  She oversees the World Bank's work on Urban Policy and the Knowledge and Learning practice of the Bank in the Urban Sector.  Her Department  provides policy and operational advice to the Bank’s Regional departments and clients on key urban themes such as urban housing and land, urban planning, management and municipal finance, urban environment, cities and climate change, urban poverty, cultural heritage and sustainable tourism development and local and city economic development. She is also leading the work on the Bank’s Urban Strategy.


Marc Juhel
Sector Manager, Transport Anchor
The World Bank

Mr. Juhel holds the position of Sector Manager, Transport, in the Bank’s Energy, Transport and Water Department.  His specific areas of expertise are the development planning of port facilities, the economic, financial and institutional aspects of transport systems administration and management, and the integration of national logistics functions within the international transport system, focussing in particular on transport and trade facilitation issues.  Beside providing operational support to transport projects undertaken with World Bank financing, his previous duties as co-leader of the Ports, Rail, Aviation and Logistics (PRAL) Thematic Group of the Bank, and as co-manager of the Trade Logistics Group established between the Bank Trade and Transport Departments, entailed a close follow-up on the managerial and technical developments in the transport industry, as well as in the field of supply chain management and related logistic activities. Mr. Juhel holds a degree of Civil Engineering from the Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées (ENPC, Paris), a Master of Science in Public Management (ENPC, Paris), and a Master of Science in International Transport (Paris I University).



Daniel Kammen
Professor of Public Policy
University of California, Berkeley 

Professor Daniel Kammen received his undergraduate and doctorate degrees in physics at Cornell and then Harvard. While a post-doctoral fellow at Caltech and then back at Harvard he worked on renewable energy technologies and environmental resource management, as well as risk analysis. Prior to coming to Berkeley, he was an Assistant Professor of Public and International Affairs in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University where he helped to develop and then chair the interdisciplinary Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy Program. At Berkeley he is the founding director of the Renewable and Appropriate Energy Laboratory (RAEL: His work is highly interdisciplinary, and includes technical, economic, social, policy, and environmental analysis and activism of energy production and use. His focus is on renewable energy, energy policy, and development. His field projects are focused in Africa.


Rohit Khanna
Senior Operations Officer, Finance, Economics & Urban Department
The World Bank

Rohit Khanna joined the World Bank in 2000 as Operations Officer in the Environment Department's Global Environment Facility CoordinationTeam. In 2008, he was part of the Bank-wide design team for the Climate Investment Funds.  He is currently team leader for the Clean Technology Fund in the Finance & Guarantees Team of  the Finance, Economics and Urban Department.  He has also worked on Bank operations in Cambodia and Ghana.  Prior to joining the Bank, Rohit worked for the United Nations Environment Program from 1991-2000. Rohit has a Master of Public Administration degree from American University.


Alan J. Krause
President and Chief Operating Officer
MWH Global, Inc.

Mr. Krause is responsible for the day to day operations of the Company, overseeing global practices in engineering consulting, technology and construction management in the wet infrastructure market, encompassing water supply, treatment and storage, dams, water management, renewable energy and environmental services.  Mr. Krause brings over 30 years of progressive technical and management experience to the industry, with a leadership role on major projects throughout the world. During this period he has worked with private- and public-sector clients in forty-two countries on five continents. Mr. Krause is a Board Member at the holding and operating company levels, and maintains significant relationships with key MWH clients.Mr. Krause holds a Master of Science degree in Geological Engineering from the University of Nevada, Mackay School of Mines, and attended the Harvard Business School Executive Management Program.



Ranjit Lamech
Sector Manager, Energy, Europe and Central Asia Sustainable Development
The World Bank 

Ranjit Lamech is the Sector Manager for Energy in the Europe and Central Asia Region.  Before taking on his current position, he was a Sector Leader in the World Bank’s East Asia and Pacific Region’s Energy and Transport Operations Unit.  He has held varied operational and corporate positions in the energy and infrastructure sectors since he joined the World Bank in 1992.  Ranjit began his professional career in the energy sector in 1985 with the Tata Electric Companies in Bombay, India. He has an MS in mechanical engineering from Stanford University and an MPA from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.  Ranjit is an Indian National and currently lives in Washington DC.


Darius Lilaoonwala
Senior Manager, Power Sector, Infrastructure Department
International Finance Corporation 

Darius Lilaoonwala is currently Senior Manager for the Power Sector in the Infrastructure Department of the International Finance Corporation (IFC), the private sector financing arm of the World Bank Group. Darius joined the World Bank in 1986 and moved to the IFC in 1989. He has worked on the financing of projects in a variety of sectors across several regions. He served as the IFC’s Regional Representative in Bangkok between 1994-1997 covering Thailand, Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia. Darius is an MBA in Finance from the Wharton School and is a Chartered Accountant from India.


Steve Lindenberg
Senior Advisor, Renewable Energy
United States Department of Energy

Steve Lindenberg has directed environmental compliance and business line research and development in the electric utility industry for more than thirty years. Past employment with NRECA, EPRI and Cooperative Power Association prepared him for his present responsibilities. He currently works as a Senior Advisor for the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Renewable Energy at the U.S. DOE. In that position he has responsibility for coordinating efforts to expand deployment of wind, solar, water, geothermal and biomass energy resources across the United States. This is conducted through collaboration within the Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy offices and across DOE from Policy to Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability. He also works with other Federal agencies where their missions either support or constrain renewable market expansion. He is responsible for working with the electric utility industry to help inform decision-makers on renewable opportunities and to reduce delays in industry adoption of DOE developed technologies.

Zhengrong Lu

Mr. Zhengrong Lu, a Chinese national, is a Senior Underwriter for the infrastructure sector at the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA), World Bank Group. Since joining MIGA in early 2005, Mr. Lu has worked on a broad range of infrastructure projects worldwide and built significant experience in handling complex projects and advising clients on mitigating political risks to their planned investments in emerging markets. Mr. Lu joined MIGA with broad experience in project finance and credit risk management.  He started his banking career with Bank of America in its Global Project Finance Group in 1996 where he was responsible for transaction structuring and execution with focus on power and energy projects in the United States and Latin Americas.     Then he moved to ABB Energy Capital as Vice President with responsibilities for renewable energy financing in the United States.     Most recently, he worked at State Street Bank and Trust Company specializing in credit risk and portfolio management. Mr. Lu holds graduate degrees from Yale University (MBA), Central European University (Prague), and China’s Peking University.




Jianxiong Mao
Professor, Department of Thermal Engineering
Tsinghua University,  China 

Professor Jianxiong Mao is a Professor of the Department of Thermal Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China. Professor Mao has been teaching and working in Tsinghua University for 50 years. He used to be the Deputy Director of the Department of Thermal Engineering, member of International Academic Exchange Committee of Tsinghua University and Cooperative Committee of Tsinghua University and Industries. He was awarded with “The Honorary Degree of Doctor of Technology” by De Montfort University in the United Kingdom in 1995 and elected as Senior Member by The Institute of Energy of the United Kingdom in 1999. He was awarded a golden metal by Association of British Coal Utilization for his Coal Science Lecture in London on 16th October, 2000. His main teaching and working area is combustion theory and combustion equipment, clean energy; biomass energy; boiler design and clean coal technology for power generation and carbon capture technologies. His international experiences started since 1981 and he has worked together with different foreign partners for different R&D programs and projects, including the partners from the US, Canada, Japan, UK, France, Germany, Finland, the Netherlands, Greece, etc. His main publications include “Engineering Thermodynamics”, “Combustion theory and combustion equipment”, “Principle and calculation of utility boiler”, “Clean combustion of coal”, “Circulating Fluidized Bed Combustion Boiler”, and hundreds of papers.


Carlos Mier-y-Terán
Coordinator, FONADIN
Government of Mexico

Mr. Mier-y-Terán worked for the Mexican government from 1970 to 1988 at the Secretariat of Programming & Budgeting (SPP) in public investment analysis, programming and budgeting for the Transport and Communications Sector, from analyst until he became General Director for Basic Infrastructure and Social Development. From 1988 to 1993 he was Undersecretary of Communications and Technical Development, in charged of the modernization of regulatory framework for telecommunication in México in order to open it for competition an private investment, through the privatization of TELMEX, the development of cellular telephony, satellite communication and TV cable systems, and transforming the public entity "Telégrafos Nacionales" into "Telecomunicaciones de México". From 1993 to 1994 he was General Coordinator for Ports and Maritime Transport in charged to propose the new Federal Law for Ports, that creates the Integral Ports Administrations (similar to Ports Authorities) in order to decentralize and to give autonomy to the commercial ports of Mexico and to promote private investment. From 1994 to 2002 he was General Director of Telecommunications de México, in charged of the development of the Mexican satellite system and to form the company SATMEX, and also to modernize the network of telegraph offices into digital telecommunication offices Mr. Carlos Mier-y-Teran has been working as consultant for transport and telecommunication projects, since 2002 and now he is assisting the Fondo Nacional de Infrastructura in BANOBRAS in the coordination of the Federal Program to support the development of Mass Transit Projects in the main cities of Mexico. He holds a degree of Civil Engineer from the Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and a Master in Science in Operational Research from the London School of Economics (LSE).


Terry Molstad
BC Hydro (Retired) 

Terry Molstad is a professional engineer with over 29 years experience in hydroelectric generation leading to senior management roles with responsibility for hydroelectric and thermal generating stations, technical services and standards, environmental programs, and health and safety. As a Regional General Manager he had asset management responsibilities for the operation and maintenance, capital improvements, and environmental performance of: (a) 19 hydroelectric plants including powerhouses, dams and hydraulic structures (1533 MWs), (b) gas-fired conventional steam generating station (950 MWs), and (c) 2 gas turbine stations (93 MWs). These responsibilities included working with First Nations, federal and provincial agencies, communities and stakeholders to deal with the footprint impacts of BC Hydro’s hydroelectric generation facilities.


Lucio Monari
Sector Manager, Energy Anchor
The World Bank

Lucio Monari has been Sector Manager of the Energy Anchor in the Energy, Transport and Water Department since 2008. Before joining the Energy Anchor, Mr. Monari has been working in the Latin America and South Asia regions of the World Bank on several energy projects related to sector reform, energy access and renewable energy. In addition, Mr. Monari has also led Analytical and Advisory Activities and has published several reports on various power sector aspects, including subsidies and impacts of reforms. He has worked extensively in Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Dominican Republic, Honduras, Argentina, Uruguay and other countries in the Latin America region. Prior to joining the World Bank, he worked in the international negotiations department responsible for the acquisition of concession contracts of AGIP SPA, the national oil company.  Mr. Monari holds a degree in Economics from the University of Bergamo and an MBA from the Scuola Mattei in Milan, Italy.


Fred Morse
Senior Advisor, US Operations
Abengoa Solar 

Dr. Morse is the Senior Advisor of US Operations for Abengoa Solar, Inc. Dr. Morse first became involved in renewable energy issues in the late 1960s when he served as Executive Director of the White House Assessment of Solar Energy as a National Energy Resource.   In his work at the US Department of Energy he played a significant role in defining and managing major solar energy R&D programs. Dr. Morse was the Chairman of the Western Governors’ Association Solar Task Force, was a member of the New Mexico CSP Task Force, and is the Chairman of the CSP Division of the US Solar Energy Industries Association. Dr. Morse is a graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, received an M.S. in Nuclear Engineering from MIT and a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University.


Lutengano U.A. Mwakahesya
Director-General, Rural Energy Agency
Government of Tanzania 

Dr. Mwakahesya holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Geology obtained from the University of Dar es Salaam in 1981; a Masters in Earth Resources Management, and Doctor of Philosophy obtained at the University of South Carolina, Columbia, U.S.A. in 1991 and 1996, respectively; and a Specialized Post Graduate Diploma in Law obtained from the University of Dar es Salaam in 2005. He has worked for Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation (TPDC) from 1981 to 1985 as a petroleum geologist before moving to the Ministry of Energy and Minerals in 1985 to assume similar responsibilities.  Dr. Mwakahesya was appointed Assistant Commissioner for Energy Development in 2002. At the Ministry for Energy and Minerals, he co-ordinated the review of the National Energy Policy (2000 – 2003) and establishment of the Rural Energy Agency, Fund and Board (2003 – 2007).  Dr. Mwakahesya joined the Rural Energy Agency as Director General in October, 2007, the position he now holds.



Nebojsa Nakicenovic
Acting Deputy Director and Leader of the Energy and Transitions to New Technologies Programs

International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis  

Nebojsa Nakicenovic is Acting Deputy Director and Leader of the Energy and Transitions to New Technologies Programs at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), Professor of Energy Economics at the Vienna University of Technology, and Director of the Global Energy Assessment (GEA). Prof. Nakicenovic was Director, Global Energy Perspectives, WEC, 1993 to 1998, Convening Lead Author of the Second Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), 1993 to 1995, Convening Lead Author of the IPCC Special Report on Emissions Scenarios, 1997 to 2000, Lead Author of Third Assessment Report of the IPCC, 1999 to 2001, and Convening Lead Author of the World Energy Assessment: Energy and the Challenge of Sustainability, 1999 to 2000. Prof. Nakicenovic holds bachelor's and master's degrees in economics and computer science from Princeton University, New Jersey, USA and the University of Vienna, where he also completed his Ph.D. He also holds Honoris Causa Ph.D. degree in engineering from the Russian Academy of Sciences.


H.E. Salvador Namburete
Minister for Energy
Government of Mozambique 

H.E. Salvador Namburete holds a Bachelors Degree in Economics from the Eduardo Mondlane University in Mozambique, has a Master Degree in International Trade and Finance from Lancaster University, and a second Masters in Corporate Finance from the American University in Washington, DC. Mr. Namburete was appointed Minister of Energy following the general and presidential elections in Mozambique in 2004. At time of his appointment he was serving as Deputy-Minister of Industry and Trade, after having served as Economic Counsellor and Charge d’Affaires in the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Mozambique to the United Nations and International Organizations in Geneva. Mr. Namburete has held various positions in public service including Trade Director for the Northern Region of Mozambique, Deputy National  Director of Economics, National Director of External Trade, Economic Counsellor in the Embassy of the Republic of Mozambique in Washington, DC, and to the United Nations in New York. From 1989 until 1996 he held a seat on the Customs Higher Technical Council as well as in the General Council for the Mozambican Institute for Export Promotion. He was also Governor of the Common Fund for Commodities for Mozambique. In addition, he has sat on the boards of a number of private companies in his country. Minister Namburete is founder member of the Forum of Energy Ministers of Africa (FEMA) and in 2007, he was elected as chairman of FEMA.



Frank O’Brien-Bernini
Chief Sustainability Officer
Owens Corning 

Frank O’Brien-Bernini is the chief sustainability officer of Owens Corning, a world leader in building materials and composite systems and solutions.  His role encompasses global accountability for Owens Corning’s corporate sustainability strategy development and execution. He also served as vice president, Science & Technology Insulating Systems Business and director, composites product and process technology. Mr. O’Brien-Bernini is on the Board of Trustees of the National Association of Home Builders’ National Council of the Housing Industry, the Board of Advisors of the Center for Multifunctional Polymer Nanomaterials and Devices, and the Ohio Biopolymers Innovation Center.  He has also served as a Board of Advisors of the Vytec Corporation, was the Task Force leader for the governor’s Ohio Third Frontier Advanced Materials Task Force, and led the Task Force for the Business Roundtable’s Energy Technology Road Map for the Residential / Commercial Buildings Sector. He earned both a bachelor's degree in science and a master's degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Massachusetts, where his research focus was solar energy.


Klaus Oppermann
Vice President
KfW Carbon Fund 

Klaus Oppermann is a PhD economist with nine years of carbon market experience as a policy adviser, project manager and methodology specialist. Before becoming Vice President of KfW Carbon Fund he hold positions as Environmental Economist both in KfW as with the World Bank. His current working focus is on development and market introduction of programmatic CDM/JI projects.


Ted Örbrink
Marketing and Sales Manager
Dometic Group 

Ted Örbrink is the Marketing and Sales Manager of the Dometic Group mainly responsible for the Dometic daughter company Sibir International which extends market Vaccine Storage Refrigerators to areas of the world without access to electricity services. Mr. Örbrink has been in charge of the Dometic CleanCook ethanol/methanol stove projects since the beginning of 2006.



Raj Pai
Managing Director
Global Environment Fund 

Raj Pai is a Managing Director with Global Environment Fund and is responsible for the firm's investment initiatives in India and South Asia with a special focus on the Fund’s target sectors of clean technology and alternative energy in Asia. Mr. Pai has over 17 years of professional experience spanning entrepreneurial, operational and venture investing activities. Prior to Global Environment Fund, Raj was a Managing Director at CID Capital, a 27 year old investment firm that has invested over $500 million of growth and expansion stage capital under its management. Raj was responsible for successfully raising and deploying two venture stage funds, investing in over 25 companies – leading efforts in technology, life sciences and clean technology areas. He was instrumental in business development initiatives with several of his portfolio companies, particularly in the green software and clean lighting (LED) space, assisting them in navigating market opportunities along the US – India corridor. Mr. Pai holds a Master’s of Business Administration from the University of Chicago, a Master’s of Computer Science from Arizona State University, and a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Bombay.  In 2007, he was selected as a Marshall Fellow.


Demetrios Papathanasiou
Senior Energy Economist
The World Bank 

Demetrios Papathanasiou, a Senior Energy Economist at the World Bank. He has worked in Latin America, East Asia, and currently in South East Europe, on rural electrification projects, renewable energy, power sector reform and regional energy markets. He is the team lead for Currently working in ECA, he is the Team Lead of the Albania Energy Community of South East Europe (ECSEE) APL2; KESH Distribution Privatization Program, Power Sector Generation and Restructuring Project, and the ECSEE APL 5 Dam Safety Project Previously, as a project officer at the International Finance Corporation, he promoted private sector investments in renewable energy and climate change friendly technologies. He holds a PhD and an MSc in Environmental Technology from Imperial College of London UK, and an Electrical Engineering degree from the Univ. of Salonica in Greece, where he is an accredited professional engineer.


Marcelo Khaled Poppe

Centre for Strategic Management and Studies (CGEE) 

At present, Mr. Poppe is the Adviser at The Centre for Strategic Management and Studies – CGEE, a non-profit Social Organization located in Brasília, DF, Brazil, and holder and director of Copener Advice and Consulting Ltd. Former Senior Consultant for The Brazilian National Industry Confederation – CNI (2005-2008). Until December 2003, he was Secretary of State for Energy Development, Ministry of Mines and Energy, Brazil, and was former Director in the same matter and Ministry (2001-2002), in charge of the Brazilian National Policy for energy efficiency, energy technology, renewable energy and rural electrification. From 1998 to 2001, he was Special Adviser of the Board of Directors of the Brazilian Electricity Regulatory Agency – Aneel, and from 1984 to 1998, he was Senior Fellow at the International Research Centre on Environment and Development - Cired, Paris, France. From 1972 to 1983, Mr. Poppe was an Electrical Engineer at Natron and Enisa, two Brazilian engineering enterprises. He Graduated in Electrical Engineering by the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1972, and obtained his Masters Degree in Economy of Production – Innovation and Energy Systems Economics by the University of Paris IX - Dauphine and the National Institute of Nuclear Science and Technology, France, 1985.


Kevin Porter
Vice President
Exeter Associates

Kevin Porter is a Vice President with Exeter Associates, a consulting firm based in Columbia, Maryland. Mr. Porter has been active in renewable energy analysis and research since 1984. His scope of work and expertise includes the technical and economic status of renewable energy technologies; design and implementation of state and federal renewable energy policies; transmission access and pricing for renewable energy technologies; and electric power issues in general. He holds a B.S. in Environmental Studies from Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon, and an M.A. in Economics from The American University in Washington, D.C.


Ruth Potopsingh
Group Managing Director
Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica

Mrs. Ruth Potopsingh was made Group Managing Director effective January 2006. Mrs. Potopsingh, whose tenure with Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica (PCJ) spans from 1987, had served as Deputy Group Managing Director for the previous nine years. She was responsible for driving research in biomass and solar energy and spearheading the development and implementation of the PCJ Group's Strategic Human Resources Management Plan and the National Energy Efficiency Unit. Mrs. Potopsingh also brings to her new position many years of experience as a senior manager for the Town & Planning Department and the Jamaica Bauxite Institute. Mrs. Potopsingh holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Geography and a Diploma in Education from the University of the West Indies, Mona; a Master of Science degree in Urban Development Planning from the University College of London and an Executive Masters in Business Administration from the Mona School of Business, University of the West Indies. She was attached to the Centre for Environmental Strategy at the University of Surrey, England, as a Commonwealth scholar.


Gireesh Pradhan
Additional Secretary, Ministry of Power
Government of India

Gireesh Pradhan received his Bachelor of Arts with Honours in History from St. Stephen’s College, Delhi University in 1973, Master of Arts from Delhi University, Master of Public Administration from the School of Public Administration, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada and Masters in Military Science from the National Defence College, New Delhi in 1992. Mr. Pradhan joined public service in 1977 and served in various capacities in the districts of Sholapur, Kolhapur, Shindhudurg & Thane till 1984. He served as Member and Secretary in the Maharashtra State Electricity Board from 1988 to 1990, Director and later Joint Secretary to the President of India from 1992 to 1997 and Secretary to the Lok Sabha Speaker from May 2002 to October 2003. He has been Municipal Commissioner of Pune and Director General in Pune. He joined as Joint Secretary in the Ministry of Power in November 2003 and was promoted as Additional Secretary in January 2008. Mr. Pradhan looks after Policy and Planning, International Cooperation, Climate Change and Transmission Wings in the Ministry of Power. Earlier as Joint Secretary, he also looked after Energy Conservation from 2003 to 2006.


Neeraj Prasad
Lead Carbon Finance Specialist
Carbon Finance Unit, World Bank

Neeraj Prasad is Lead Carbon Finance Specialist and deputy to the Manager of the Carbon Finance Unit. He worked previously in the East Asia and Pacific region of the Bank. where he was the Regional Coordinator for Carbon Finance and Climate Change. During this tenure, he managed several environment sector projects and was responsible for helping to grow and deliver the Carbon Finance portfolio since 2003. He  supported its growth in a range of sectors including renewable energy and energy efficiency, industrial gases, waste management, and reforestation. He was also Team Leader for the China HFC-23 project that delivered the Bank's largest ever carbon transactions in 2005.  Prior to joining the Bank in 1996, Neeraj served for eighteen years as an officer in the Indian Administrative Service, with a range of state-level and federal assignments.  He was also Assistant to the Executive Director for India in the International Monetary Fund from 1993-96.

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