Akira Tokuhiro was a Professor of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering at University of Idaho/Center for Advanced Energy Studies (USA).
26/07/16 | Hybridisation – energy sources, intelligence, and human consumption 74 views
Anton is a Research Associate with Energy Studies Institute. His research interests include interaction of power generation sector with electricity markets, renewable energy integration, and business models. Jacqueline is an Energy Analyst at the Energy Studies Institute of the National University of Singapore.
12/04/16 | Making business case for solar PV in Singapore happen 260 views
Eric Ho is a Director at Renewable Énergie Singapore, a consultancy firm providing market, business, and project development, and project management services.
14/02/17 | Renewable energy outlook for the Year of the Fire Rooster 155 views
Gautam Jindal is a Research Associate at Energy Studies Institute, National University of Singapore. He holds a master’s degree in Carbon Management from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland and bachelor's in Electrical & Electronics Engineering. Gautam has seven years’ experience in energy and low carbon policy research, corporate GHG measurement and management, and sustainability reporting. At ESI, Gautam’s research areas include renewable energy integration, climate change negotiations, and management of HFCs under the Montreal Protocol.
26/01/17 | Singapore looking to develop policy framework for energy storage 144 views
Graham has worked 25 years in the global energy sector, joining Galway Group in October 2015. He is an experienced consultant in the gas and power sectors. Prior to joining Galway Group, Graham worked for Wood Mackenzie, moving in 2007 to Singapore to lead the Wood Mackenzie’s Asia gas and power research team.
13/02/17 | Will the Rooster wake up Southeast Asia's energy markets? 34 views
Kate Lazarus is the team leader for IFC’s hydro advisory program in Asia. Since Kate joined IFC in 2012, she has been developing and managing an advisory program on environmental and social (E&S) standards for the hydropower sector in Asia including Lao PDR, Myanmar, Nepal, and Pakistan.
24/11/16 | How a strategic environmental assessment could help change Myanmar's approach to hydro 170 views
Peter Hopper, a partner, is managing director of SDG's Technology and Manufacturing practices in Asia-Pacific. He leads SDG's Hong Kong office. Peter has 30 years of operating experience in a wide range of technology-based industries and spent 20 of those years with Philips Electronics. He has an MBA from Manchester Business School and an undergraduate degree with honors in business studies from Northumbria University, UK.
29/04/16 | Going beyond the meter means going beyond consumer expectations 103 views
Suresh is associated with the electric utility sector for the past 28 years. He has a degree in electrical engineering and MBA and holds Professional Engineer status in Canada and Chartered Engineer in UK. Dr Tyagi is presently designated as Assistant Professor (Selection Grade) in the Department of Human Resources & Organizational Behavior of the University of Petroleum and Energy Studies.
15/06/16 | Educating electricity customers – One step closer to meet their expectations 225 views
Bong Mendiola has been with the National Power Corporation (NPC) for the last 39 years and has wide experience in plant engineering/construction, quality assurance, operations, fuel management, IPP contracts management, and power economics.
27/04/16 | Missionary electrification subsidies in the Philippines 600 views