NYU's Center for Global Affairs, the Energy Policy International Club (EPIC), and the Center on Global Energy Policy's Women in Energy program co-hosted a public panel focused on energy start-ups. We had experts working in companies that focus on energy efficiency, clean energy finance, and technology joining us to share their experience entering these fields and offer advice on the types of skills companies are looking for. They also provided insights on how the industry is evolving as well as the current state of women in the energy start-up sector.  

The panel included the following experts:

  • Ali Adler, Director of Partnerships, Sealed
  • Claire Johnson, ‎President, CBJ Energy; Founder, SunEdison
  • Mouchka Heller, Trade Commissioner, Infrastructure and Energy, Government of Canada
  • Angela Ferrante, Chief Marketing Officer, SparkFund (moderator)