As CEO of OGCI Climate Investments, Dr. Pratima Rangarajan is responsible for the delivery of the OGCI Climate Investments mission – creating positive outcomes in the reduction of climate change. Before joining OGCI Climate Investments, Pratima was the General Manager for GE’s Onshore Wind Product Line and the General Manager for GE’s Energy Storage startup. She had previously held the role of Deputy Chief Technology Officer and Senior Vice President, Emerging Technology and Research at Vestas Wind Systems. Pratima has a PhD in chemical engineering from Princeton University and a BS in chemical engineering from MIT.
Mr. Mukesh Kumar SuranaChairman and MDHindustan Petroleum
Shri Mukesh Kumar Surana is Chairman & Managing Director of Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited, effective 1st April, 2016. Prior to this, he served as Chief Executive Officer, Prize Petroleum Company Limited, a wholly- owned subsidiary and upstream arm of HPCL, since September 2012.
A Mechanical Engineer with Master’s Degree in Financial Management, Shri Surana joined HPCL in the year 1982. During his career spanning over 39 years in Petroleum Industry, Shri Surana has handled a wide range of responsibilities including leadership positions in Refineries, Corporate, Information Systems and upstream business of HPCL. He has been closely involved in Strategy Formulation, Business Process Re-engineering, Major Projects Implementation, Refinery Operations, Company-wide ERP Implementation, Acquisition and Management of upstream assets, etc.
Shri Surana has vast experience in domestic and international Oil & Gas business and is known for his business acumen, innovative ideas and people-centric leadership. In his various roles, he has been able to empower teams to perform and deliver exceptional results through positive engagement and shared vision. He was a Core Team Member for Corporate-wide ERP Implementation in HPCL which now forms the backbone of all business transactions at HPCL.
A certified Competency Assessor and a Project Management Professional, Shri Surana has also been actively associated with various important forums in Oil & Gas Sector.
Gavin AddaCEO of TotalEnergies Renewables Distributed Generation for AsiaTotalEnergies
Gavin Adda is the CEO of TotalEnergies Renewables Distributed Generation (DG) for Asia. This is the renewable arm of TotalEnergies providing solar solutions to cut power costs and carbon footprint for industrial and commercial customers. Customers include Danone, Bollore Logistics, Air Liquide, Changi Airport and Renault Nissan.
Over the last few years, Gavin has founded several start-ups in the renewable sector. Most recently, he sold his company to create TotalEnergies Renewables DG for Asia. This is now the largest player in the region with customers across 9 countries and customer savings of more than USD 200m.
At REC Solar, one of the largest manufacturers in Singapore, he launched the DG business and sold the company to ChemChina for USD 640m. Previously, he had various management roles in Samsung Group including developing, constructing and financing a USD 1 Bn portfolio of solar projects across the US.
Gavin has an MBA from INSEAD and a Master’s Degree from Cambridge University. He is also a Co-Chairman of the Sustainability Committee at the European Chamber of Commerce.
Thomas BaudlotCEO of Energy Solutions APAC & Country Head Southeast AsiaENGIE
Thomas BAUDLOT is the Chief Executive Officer Energy Solutions APAC and Country Head of ENGIE South East Asia, part of the ENGIE Group, a global reference in low-carbon energy and services. Thomas oversees all business activities across Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines, leading a team of over 2,000 employees to help customers meet their energy needs and implement their transition towards carbon-neutrality.
Prior to this appointment, Thomas was Chief of Finance, Strategy and New Business at ENGIE South East Asia. Under Thomas’ leadership, the company grew rapidly, organically and saw it through successful acquisitions. In South East Asia, Thomas brought innovations and new business models which elevated the company’s end to end value proposition for low carbon energy solutions. He also played a key role in establishing ENGIE as a strategic partner for corporates and cities eager to embark on their sustainable transformation.
Thomas joined ENGIE in 2006 and has been involved in critical projects such as the merger of the energy services activities of the SUEZ and GDF Groups, the component companies of ENGIE’s predecessor entity GDF SUEZ Group. In March 2015, he relocated from ENGIE Group France to Asia.
In June 2021, Thomas was appointed as the President of the French Chamber of Commerce in Singapore and is a member of its Board of Directors.
Low Yen LingMinister of State for SingaporeSingapore
Ms Low Yen Ling was elected as a Member of Parliament for Chua Chu Kang GRC in the 2011, 2015 and 2020 General Elections. She is presently the Minister of State for the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) and Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth (MCCY). Prior to that, she was the Senior Parliamentary Secretary for the Ministry of Education (MOE) from 2015 till July 2020 and the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) from 2018 till July 2020. She had also previously held office in the Ministry of Social and Family Development (2013-2015), MCCY (2014-2015) and MTI (2015- 2018).
Valery TubbaxChief Financial OfficerInterContinental Energy
Valery Tubbax is Chief Financial Officer of InterContinental Energy and is in charge of overseeing the group’s finance strategy and all aspects relating to the financing of its global portfolio of large-scale green hydrogen and ammonia projects. He has over 20 years of experience in project and acquisition finance, across a wide range of sectors including renewables, power, utilities and infrastructure. Before joining InterContinental Energy, he worked for SMBC where he occupied various senior positions in Tokyo, Singapore and London, most recently as head of power, renewables and infrastructure at the head office in Tokyo and prior to that, as head of advisory for Asia Pacific based in Singapore. In these roles, Valery was responsible for originating, structuring and executing landmark energy projects in Asia and in the Middle East.
Vipul TuliSouth Asia CEO of Sembcorp, and Chairman of Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & IndustrySembcorp Energy India Limited
Vipul Tuli is the Managing Director of Sembcorp Energy India Limited (SEIL) – the Indian subsidiary of Sembcorp Group. He also heads Sembcorp’s South Asia business and oversees Sembcorp’s investments and key stakeholder relationships in India and Bangladesh as CEO, South Asia. He has been associated with the Sembcorp group since 2015 in various capacities, including the role of Chief Executive Officer & Country Head, India, as Managing Director of Sembcorp’s thermal businesses in India, and as the Head of Group Strategy at Sembcorp Industries.
In addition to heading Sembcorp's India business, Mr. Tuli also chairs the Power Committee at FICCI.
Prior to joining Sembcorp, Vipul was a Senior Partner with McKinsey & Company and helped build and lead the Asian energy practice. Mr. Tuli’s experience spans power generation, fuel management, upstream oil and gas, refining, marketing and distribution, petrochemicals and speciality chemicals. He has also advised government institutions across Asia on issues of energy policy, organisation, industry structure and regulation. He is an alumnus of IIM, Calcutta, and IIT, Delhi.
Investment professional with a proven track record in clean energy and emission reduction projects globally. Over 20 years working in the climate change and renewable energy space, with over 15 years experience in Asia. Des led an MBO of Asia Biogas in 2013 and has consistently grown the business ever since.
Axel Thiemann became CEO of Sonnedix in September 2018 after serving as a member of the senior leadership team and Board of Directors. Since joining Sonnedix in 2011, Axel has played a fundamental role in its evolution, initially based in London, as COO with responsibility for Asset Management, Finance, HR and E&C, and more recently based in Miami, overseeing M&A, integration and strategy during a four year period when the company experienced five-fold growth.
Prior to joining Sonnedix, Axel spent seven years in banking and held various senior roles with Barclays Bank in London. Before this he was a consultant with McKinsey and Company in Cologne, Germany. Axel graduated as an Electrical Engineer from Hannover University in Germany and holds an MBA from IESE Business School, Spain.
To Axel, the most special thing about Sonnedix is its team of bright and passionate people across four continents that have come together to create a sustainable future for the world.
Nitin Apte is the Chief Executive Officer of Vena Energy, a leading renewable energy company in the Asia-Pacific region.
Prior to Vena Energy, Nitin was President and Chief Executive Officer of Materia, a speciality materials company he positioned for rapid growth through strategic partnerships and expansion of the company’s manufacturing footprint.
In the past, Nitin also worked for over 25-years at SABIC and General Electric, in assignments spanning profit- and-loss leadership, marketing, innovation, supply-chain management, Six Sigma, manufacturing and product management.
Nitin graduated from the Indian Institute of Technology in Mumbai, with a bachelor’s degree in aeronautical engineering. He also holds M.S. and MBA degrees from Ohio State University in the United States.
Jaideep MukherjiCEOSmart Power IndiaIndia Lead on Power and Climate InitiativesRockefeller Foundation
Jaideep Mukherji is the CEO of Smart Power India, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Rockefeller Foundation. that works with energy service companies, private sector partners, investors, NGOs, and the Indian government to reach the goal of bringing reliable and clean electricity to underserved villages in India. As the chief executive officer, Jaideep leads the India-based work of The Rockefeller Foundation's power initiative.
With over 30 years’ experience, Jaideep showcases a strong track record in the areas of innovation and expansion of new product categories in developing markets for consumer goods as well as social enterprise sectors. During his stint with d.light, a pioneer in bringing affordable and reliable solar lighting devices to developing nations, Jaideep was responsible for scaling up operations across India and other Asian markets. Previously, at McCain Foods, Jaideep headed the development of the frozen food market in India and executed their cold chain distribution, marketing and manufacturing strategies.
Mohamad Irwan AmanHead of SustainabilitySarawak Energy BerhadDirectorUN Global Compact Network Malaysia & Brunei
Mohamad Irwan Aman is the Head of Sustainability at Sarawak Energy Berhad (SEB). As a pioneer for sustainability at Sarawak Energy, Irwan’s primary responsibility is to develop and implement sustainability strategies for the organisation. He established sustainability reporting mechanism and governing structure in embedding sustainability practices into Sarawak Energy’s business processes. He also serves as a Board Member to United Nation Global Compact Malaysia & Brunei Network representing Sarawak Energy.
He has over 23 years of work experience in power utility and clean energy financing sector especially in research & development, environmental impacts assessment, feasibility study, project financing, technical & financial due diligent, and audit in energy and clean energy financing sector. Prior to joining Sarawak Energy, Irwan was a consultant/country representative for Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Securities Co., Ltd. and a Technical Expert for Environmental Engineering for Tenaga Nasional Berhad. In addition to his working experience, he has been engaged as a Technical Advisor for various international and national clean energy projects such as Korea–Malaysia ASEAN CDM +3 & NAMA Program; Malaysia Grid Emission Baselines; Malaysia–Denmark CDM Implementation Action Plan; Malaysia Energy Balance; Emission Inventory for National Communication 2; and Malaysia Standard for Carbon Emission at Organisation Level (ISO 14000/TC 207).
He holds a Master of Science in Environmental Engineering and MBA in Finance
Nobuo TanakaChairmanInnovation Cool Earth Forum (ICEF)former Executive DirectorIEA
Nobuo Tanaka is former Chairman of the Sasakawa Peace Foundation. He is the chairman of the Innovation for Cool Earth Forum (ICEF). He is Distinguished Fellow at Institute of Energy Economics, Japan (IEEJ) and Visiting Professor at Graduate School of Public Policy of the University of Tokyo. As Executive Director of the International Energy Agency (IEA) from 2007 to 2011, he initiated a collective release of oil stocks in June 2011. He also played a crucial and personal role in strengthening of ties with major non-Member energy players, including China and India.
He began his career in 1973 in the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) after graduating the University of Tokyo, and has served in a number of high-ranking positions, including Director- General of the Multilateral Trade System Department. He was deeply engaged in bilateral trade issues with the US as Minister for Industry, Trade and Energy at the Embassy of Japan, Washington DC. He served twice as Director for Science, Technology and Industry (DSTI) of the Paris-based international organization, OECD.
Esther AnSustainable Business Network Executive Council MemberUN ESCAP
A pioneering sustainability practitioner in the property sector for over two decades, Esther was conferred the 2018 SDG Pioneer for Green Infrastructure and A Low Carbon Economy by the UN Global Compact. It complements her role at the UN ESCAP Sustainable Business Network, which promotes sustainable development through public-private partnerships.
She sits on the boards or advisory platforms of Global Reporting Initiative, UNEP FI Property Work Group, and UNDP FairBiz Private Sector Advisory Group. She Chairs the Asia Pacific Real Estate Association’s Sustainability and ESG Committee; Co-Chairs the Urban Land Institute Singapore’s Sustainability Product Council and Vice-Chairs WorldGBC’s Corporate Advisory Board and the Singapore Institute of Directors’ ESG Committee.
Professor Hidetoshi NishimuraPresident of the Economic Research InstituteASEAN and East Asia (ERIA)
Prof. Hidetoshi Nishimura is the President of the Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA). He was assumed position of ERIA’s first Executive Director in June 2008 and subsequently was appointed as ERIA’s first President in June 2015, and was reappointed as President of ERIA by the Governing Board for a third five-year term in June 2018.
Since its inception, he has led the organization to promote the research and policy recommendations in the field of ASEAN Community Building process and East Asia Region’s development. He worked for the “Mid-Term Review of ASEAN Economic Community 2015,” and provided analytical contribution for the completion of ASEAN E conomic and Socio-Cultural Community Blueprint 2025. He has provided the timely discussion topics and analytical points on the economic integrations for the economic ministers at the annual East Asia Economic Ministers Meeting since 2012.
On the energy related issues, he established the East Asia Energy Forum, which is the ministerial level fora for discussing timely topics towards the secure, reliable, sustainable and affordable energy future in the region. He has been giving key note speeches in numerous energy related international conferences on such issues as producer-consumer dialogue, clean use of coal, LNG, hydrogen and CCUS. Most recently, under his leadership, Asia CCUS (Carbon Captured Utilisation and Strage) Network has launched, jointly with the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan, to provide a platform for policymakers, financial institutions, industry players, and academia to work together to ensure the successful development and deployment of CCUS in the Asia region.
As the president of ERIA, He has had numerous occasions to participate in the ministerial and leaders’ level meeting, including ASEAN Summit, East Asia Summit, Asia-Europe Meeting, as well as the Group of 20 meetings to present the policy recommendations for deepening the development of the region.
Graduated from the Faculty of Law, the University of Tokyo and obtained a Master's Degree in International Development and Economics from Yale University. Joined the Ministry of International Trade and Industry in 1976. Has assumed numerous positions, including Representative of the Asia-Pacific Region of the Japan Overseas Development Corporation, Director of the Southeast Asia and Pacific Division of the Trade Policy Bureau, Vice Governor for International Affairs of Ehime Prefecture, Director-General of the Business Support Department of the Small and Medium Enterprise Agency, Executive Managing Director of the Japan-China Economic Association, and President of the Japan-China Northeast Development Association. Visiting Professor of Waseda University (Japan), Darma Persada University (Indonesia), Honorary Professor of Guangxi University (China), and Fellow of Musashino Institute for Global Affairs, Musashino University (Japan).
Jeff ConnollyChairman and CEOSiemens Australia and the Pacific
Jeff Connolly is Chairman and CEO of Siemens in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Region. Siemens is a global technology company operating in over 200 countries and in 2022 will have been operating in Australia for 150 years.
Jeff’s 35-year career at Siemens includes senior roles in Germany, Austria and China - across Siemens businesses in the Healthcare, Energy and Industrial Sectors.
He is a thought leader and active voice for the region in critical areas such as Industry 4.0, smart infrastructure and the energy transition including digitalization, IIOT and hydrogen.
Apart from Jeff’s role as Chairman and CEO of Siemens in the region, he also has many other honorary roles supporting many boards, forums and government taskforces.
Anton FerkovHydrogen Content & Pricing SpecialistS&P Global Platts
Anton is hydrogen content and pricing specialist at Platts since December 2020, focusing on the Asia-Pacific region.
Before that, he managed the Japan Oil team at Platts since June 2016, and has helped launch domestic Japanese oil assessments for gasoline, gasoil, kerosene, and fuel oil.
Earlier on, Anton was manager within the Platts Asian petrochemicals team overseeing aromatics. He himself had been part of the Platts petrochemicals team since 2003, covering aromatics, olefins, polyolefins, methanol, MTBE and biofuels.
Anton has an MA in Political Sciences from Tokai University, Japan and a BA in Japanology from Leiden University, the Netherlands. He is stationed in the Platts office in Tokyo.
Wen-Bin QianVP of Business Development APAC HydrogenLinde
Wen-Bin Qian is Vice President of APAC for Clean Hydrogen and is based in Singapore.
Mr. Qian joined Linde in 2005 as Director of Business Development in Germany, China and Singapore, focusing on large onsite investment projects. In 2014 he was named Vice President of Business Development, leading Linde’s industrial gas investments in China, and was later on appointed Vice President of Business Development for Linde’s industrial gas investments in ASEAN, India and South Pacific in 2015. Prior to joining Linde, Mr. Qian worked as a Proposal Manager for Foster Wheeler (now Wood), in Singapore.
Mr. Qian holds a master’s degree in Chemical Engineering from the National University of Singapore and a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from Zhejiang University in China.
Mark A. Nelson, 58, is executive vice president of Downstream & Chemicals, a position he has held since 2019. He is responsible for directing the company’s worldwide manufacturing, marketing, lubricants, chemicals and Oronite additives businesses. He also oversees Chevron’s joint-venture Chevron Phillips Chemical Company.
Previously Nelson was vice president, Midstream, Strategy & Policy, where he was responsible for the company’s shipping, pipeline, power and energy management and supply and trading operating units. He was also overseeing corporate strategic planning and policy, government and public affairs.
Prior to this position, Nelson served as vice president of Strategic Planning for Chevron. Other positions include president of International Products, where he was responsible for the refining and marketing businesses in Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia; president of Chevron Canada Limited, where he managed oil and gas exploration, production and marketing of crude oil, natural gas and natural gas liquids in Canada.
With more than 35 years of experience, Nelson has served in a number of leadership positions with increasing responsibilities within the company in retail, marketing, operations and business planning.
Nelson has previously served on several advisory boards and councils, including Singapore’s Economic Development Board and the Canadian Council of Chief Executives.
Nelson joined Chevron U.S.A. Inc. in 1985 as an engineer based in San Ramon, California. A native of Ventura, California, Nelson graduated from California Polytechnic State University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering.
Morris Zhou is co-founder and Executive Chairman at Maoneng, the Australian company pioneering the country’s transition to 100 percent renewable energy. He co-founded Maoneng more than a decade ago with a clear objective of making a positive difference in the world, while creating a model that delivered attractive returns to investors.
He has helped everyday Australians generate their own renewable electricity through rooftop solar panels, but was motivated to make a bigger lasting impact by turning his attention to large-scale solar projects.
By growing Maoneng from the bottom up, Morris closed important renewable energy deals. A $190 million battery storage project planned for Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula will be followed by a $175 million battery at Gould Creek on the outskirts of Adelaide. Other storage projects are in the pipeline in NSW.
Morris has established an elite team of finance, commercial, and engineering professionals with a clearly defined, common goal, to create an investment platform that will outperform anything else in the green energy market.
His continued success is testament to his ability to channel and bring together resources from around the world to develop precise strategies that target the hearts of every market segment.
Raman KalraChief Digital OfficerReNew Power
Christina NgFixed Income Research and Engagement LeaderInstitute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA)
Christina oversees the fixed income research and engagement work at IEEFA—a global energy finance think tank that analyses and comments on energy market policies, trends and issues, and recommends best practice standards to enhance market developments. She’s also an independent advisor on accounting and governance matters.
Prior to joining IEEFA, Christina gained 20 years of experience in financial reporting, predominantly as an accounting and auditing standard-setter directing the research, development and adoption of IFRSs and ISAs, and leading engagements and collaborations with investors, regulators and corporations. Prior to standard-setting she was an auditor and financial reporting consultant with the large accounting firms.
Marina HsuManaging DirectorCI Wind Power Development TaiwanChairwomanTaiwan Offshore Wind Industry Alliance (TOWIA)
Megha is Leading Strategic Communication for the International Solar Alliance since past 4 years. She has been working on Climate Action and Energy Transition since the adoption of Paris Climate Agreement in 2015 and has contributed to the Renewable Energy space at provincial, federal and international level.
Adept at global stakeholder engagement in energy transition space, that includes sovereign governments, private sector, MDBs, NGOs, think tanks and academia, she has led global Energy Transition Dialogues for ISA and India with a focus on gender and Inclusivity.
In 2020, Megha was listed in Asia’s Most Influential Women in Renewable Energy by Solar Quarter. She has a Doctorate in Chemistry (Applications & Characterization of Silica) and has recently completed summer institute in Reform Communication from prestigious Annenberg School of Communication, University of Southern California (USC).
Phillippe MalbrancheProgramme DirectorInternational Solar Alliance
Philippe Malbranche is currently Programme Director at ISA, the International Solar Alliance. Find out more at https://isolaralliance.org/
He was previously Director General at INES, the main French Solar Energy Research Institute. He is also a member of the Steering Committee of the European Photovoltaic Technology and Innovation Platform, participates to the Visiting Committees of several European Solar Energy research Institutes and advises various organisations regarding roadmap development and project selection.
Philippe Malbranche made engineering studies at the French Ecole Centrale de Paris, where he graduated in 1979. He began working at the South Pacific Institute for Renewable Energy in Tahiti, French Polynesia, designing and managing rural electrification projects, and providing training and technical advice for solar implementation in the South Pacific countries. In 1989 he moved back to France at the French Ministry of Energy, as advisor on renewables and energy efficiency in transportation.
In 1991, he joined the Photowatt company, the French PV cell and module manufacturer, and three years later CEA-GENEC, a research laboratory with 25 people focused on PV systems and storage systems, which he managed until 2004.
Then, he participated to the setting up of INES, which now hosts 400 researchers involved in all the value chain of solar energy and its applications in networks, buildings and transportation. His position was first Research Programme Manager.
The goal of Philippe’s professional activities is to contribute to the rapid transformation of our energy system to a sustainable system, based on the efficient use of renewable energies.
Gagan is Director of the CEEW Centre for Energy Finance (CEEW-CEF) where his work is focused on advancing the energy transition in emerging economies.
Gagan was previously Adviser to CEF in which capacity he provided support to the team in the areas of clean energy markets and the finance ecosystem. In parallel, he was also engaged in independently advising entrepreneurs and corporates on capital raising and deployment strategies in the renewable energy space.
Prior to joining CEEW, Gagan was CFO of GMR Renewable Energy where he held responsibility over strategic finance, project finance and accounting functional areas, including relationship management with lenders, equity co-investors & rating agencies.
Gagan has also worked in the investment banking industry across multiple geographic locations (Tokyo, Singapore, London, Dubai & Delhi), where his various roles with leading European and Asian financial institutions covered M&A, capital markets, straight &
structured lending and cross-sell.
His writings on renewables finance and policy related topics have appeared in publications such as The Economic Times, Energetica, Financial Express, Infraline Plus, Renewable Energy World and Solar Quarter. Gagan holds a BA (Hons) degree in Economics from Delhi University’s Shri Ram College of Commerce, and an MBA from Duke University.
After completing a business degree majoring in finance at Murdoch University, Perth, Jemma joined J.P. Morgan in London. At the time financial markets were just starting to take sustainability seriously and had begun interrogating major projects on their triple bottom line.
Her job was to check environmental performance of clients and their ventures, while not degrading the profitability of the bank too badly. This was always going to be an interesting and nuanced task and brought plenty of internal soul searching and conflict.
As Jemma formulated her own thoughts on the matter she tried to raise the sustainability of relatively simple things like the bank's waste policy and found that nothing was straightforward.
Looking for a fresh challenge, Jemma completed two post-grad diplomas in sustainability with a Masters at Cambridge University. She returned to Perth in 2013 to do a PhD in electricity market disruption at Curtin University with a project that explored solar power in apartment buildings.
This PhD was in effect an embryonic example of what is now a classic Powerledger theme, peer to peer sharing. Soon after completing the PhD, she and her co-founders, looked at blockchain technology and framed some of the ideas in the doctorate and put the new venture on a commercial footing. Since then, Jemma has developed numerous projects that exploit transactive energy, using blockchain in various market layers. Clients include eKwateur in France, M-RETS in the USA, Chiang Mai Thailand with TDED.
Jemma is a regular contributor to Forbes magazine and a well known speaker at many of the industry conferences.
She lives in Perth with her husband, her 3 children and a dog called Dexter.
Namiko MurayamaGroup Manager of Energy Storage and Hydrogenthyssenkrupp
Namiko Murayama has been group manager of green hydrogen group within thyssenkrupp Uhde Chlorine Engineers(tkUCEJ) since 2018. She is responsible for engaging in business development of green hydrogen and green chemicals for the APAC region. As UCE’s representative in APAC, promoting green hydrogen and green chemicals manufacturing projects, discovering potential customers, and supporting international projects involving APAC customers globally.
Prior to her position at tkUCEJ, she worked for many years in charge of research and development of chemical products such as adhesive materials, new business planning, and marketing in various industrial fields related to chemical field at a major Japanese chemical company. She has an academic background in material science and management of technology.