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Webinar - Corporate Renewable Energy transition in South-East Asia
20th of September 2018 1 pm CEST

  • State of the corporate renewable energy market in South-East Asia

  • General market conditions for corporates going RE

  • Country snapshots on legislation, challenges, opportunities - zooming in on the front runner(s)

  • Question round

 
ALEX PERERA /// DEPUTY DIRECTOR - WORLD RESOURCES INSTITUTE
Alex Perera is Deputy Director of WRI's Energy Program. Joining WRI in 2007, Alex has over 20 years of experience in energy policy, finance, and corporate energy strategy. Prior to joining WRI, he helped found a company called Bigbelly Solar, a renewable energy company with a mission of developing innovative new solar energy products that are helping reduce transportation related emissions. Alex has worked at the Natural Resources Defense Council, where he participated on New York Governor Pataki's Greenhouse Gas Task Force. He also served on two advisory committees that invested in over $7 million in renewable energy R&D projects in New York. Alex was a Financial Analyst at the investment bank Bear, Stearns and Co. Inc. where he helped to structure over $1 billion in municipal financing in the utility sector. He has served as the Program Director for the New York Energy Efficiency Council, an organization that represented Energy Service Companies (ESCOs) in New York State electric deregulation proceedings.

Alex has an MBA from F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business at Babson College, and a BA from Boston University in Environmental Science, Economics, and French. He has written and co-authored numerous publications on corporate strategy and renewable energy. He is a watercolor painter and lives in Bethesda, MD with his wife and two children.
ALEX PERERA
DEPUTY DIRECTOR /// WORLD RESOURCES INSTITUTE
LIAM SALTER /// BOARD - ACT RENEWABLE
Liam Salter is Founder and CEO at RESET Carbon, Ltd. RESET’s work focuses on developing and implementing commercially driven energy, carbon and environmental management solutions for Asian and international corporate clients. The company is increasingly regarded as a leading practitioner in the emerging field of supply chain sustainability solutions, working with sectors such as apparel, consumer retail, electronics, and food and beverages to reduce their supply chain footprint.

Previously Liam was the Director of WWF International’s Asia-Pacific Climate Programme, where he built and managed a ten-country team. At WWF, Liam also co-led the design and establishment of the Gold Standard Foundation, which is now a leading certification system for project level carbon offsets and other environmental and social attributes.
LIAM SALTER
BOARD /// ACT RENEWABLE