Assaad Razzouk: Clean Energy Movement Has Failed, TEDx
- Part of the global effort for digitizing and democratizing renewable energy
- Creating positive sustainable development in underserved communities in Asia Pacific
- Contributor on to Huffington Post, Forbes on clean energy and climate change
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He is Chairman and CEO of Sindicatum Renewable Energy, a clean energy company headquartered in Singapore financing, building and operating renewable energy projects in India, Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines; CEO of the Reneum Institute, a Singapore start-up intending to digitize and democratize renewable energy; host of The Angry Clean Energy Guy Podcast; an Advisory Board member of Eco-Business; a Board member of EB Impact, the Singaporean non-profit organisation focused on delivering training and programmes to Asia Pacific’s underserved communities to generate positive sustainable development; a member of the International Council of the National University of Singapore Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine; and an occasional contributor to the Huffington Post, Eco-Business, Forbes, The Independent, The Ecologist and others.
With his hands-on experience in clean energy combined with his other roles, Assaad is a high-profile thought leader on climate change, clean energy and the UN climate talks with more than 130,000 followers on Twitter, 100,000 on Facebook, 135,000 on LinkedIn and widely-read newspaper columns.
Assaad is a graduate of Syracuse University (summa cum laude) and holds an MBA from Columbia University in New York and a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Honoris Causa in Climate Change, Sustainable Development and International Cooperation from Teri University in India.