She is an expert in sustainable development with more than 20 years of experience in formulating public policies and executing projects. She has worked in more than 15 Latin American countries in multidisciplinary projects financed by various multilateral organizations (IDB, World Bank, CAF, European Union, UNDP), bilateral (AECID, GIZ) and National governments.
2015 – 2020 Director of Climate Change, Ministry of Environment and Energy of Costa Rica (MINAE).
2006 –2015 Director of the Office of Studies in Mesoamerica, Projects and Planning (EPYPSA).
1997 – 2006 Director of the Program for Conservation of Private Lands, Center for Environmental Law and Natural Resources (CEDARENA).
Licentiate degree of Law and Notary Public - with honors
At University of Costa Rica (UCR).
Courses in International, European and Dutch Law, Comparative Administrative Law and Environmental Law, Exchange Program Institute of Legal Research UCR. At Utrecht University, Netherlands.
Postgraduate Expert in Local Public Management and Direction, Ibero-American Union of Municipalities (UIM).
At Carlos III University - Menéndez Pelayo International University, Spain.
With over 15 years of experience in marketing strategy, communications and business analysis, Anat is leading the company’s outer-bound activities.
Before joining Ecoppia, Anat gained extensive experience in a variety of marketing positions in both Fortune 500 and start up environments. Previously, She worked for Telmap, a mobile navigation company acquired by Intel (NASDAQ: INTC), managing Telmap’s commerce and advertising team.
Anat initiated, implemented and led marketing, product definition, localization and Go-To-Market activities for Telmap’s offerings within Tier 1 operators across Europe, including Vodafone Group, O2 and Telefónica.
Additionally, Anat worked at intel’s Israeli New Devices Group site (NDGi), where she led User Experience definition and product marketing efforts.
Anat received her BA degree in Visual Communications from the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem.
Mr. Klier serves as TIGI’s CEO since 2010. Prior to joining TIGI, Zvika served as CEO of 3DV Systems, the developer of 3D video camera technology, sold to Microsoft and serving as the basis for Xbox Kinect and MS HoloLens. Prior to that he was president of Arel Communications Ltd. (NASDAQ:ARLC). Mr. Klier is an MBA graduate of INSEAD, and holds a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from the Technion, Israel.
Doron is leading the Global business development and sales activities at Brenmiller Energy, an innovation oriented company with vast experience in developing groundbreaking technologies. Brenmiller Energy has developed a new way to handle energy storage in a cost efficient and environmentally friendly way by utilizing its thermal storage generation unit – the bGen™.
Doron Holds an MBA from Insead Business School in France and a B.Sc. in Electrical and Electronics engineering from Tel Aviv University.
Moshiel is the CEO and co-founder at Addionics. Holds a PhD in imaging and modelling of battery materials from Imperial College London. Has experience in developing new methods to image structures specific to battery materials and understanding degradation in both conventional and novel battery cells. He has 21 peer reviewed publications and co-authored 3 patents. Moshiel has been an active board member of Israeli Business Club in London for over 3 years.
Moshiel was a recipient of 10 different prestigious honors & awards. Moshiel conducted fundamental research into the design, synthesis and application of 3D metal structures that paved the way for Addionics formation. Active in the battery field for almost 10 years and prior to that was active in the semiconductor domain.
Brendan Oviedo Doyle
President at the Peruvian Renewable Energy Association, SPR (Peru)
Brendan Oviedo is the President of the Peruvian Renewable Energy Association (SPR) and Partner of the Hernandez & Cía. Law Firm. He has previously worked at the UNFCCC Secretariat, a former Peruvian Climate Change Negotiator at the COP of the UNFCCC, former Co-Chair of the Power Law Committee at the International Bar Association.
Brendan is attorney-at-Law (Universidad de Lima), Spanish Law Degree (Universitat de Barcelona) Master of Laws in Energy Law and Policy (Centre of Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy, University of Dundee) and holds a Diploma in Competition Law and Policy (World Trade Institute, University of Bern).
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Business Consultant, Fortlev Solar (Brazil)
Adv. & Notary Executive Director Chamber of Commerce & Industry Israel Brazil
PhD. Leonardo Álvarez currently serves as the leader for Electric Grid Business, from the corporate structure at the Federal Government productive state enterprise, The Federal Electricity Commission (CFE). CFE provides access to 45,626,211 users and generates 43% of Mexico´s electricity.
Leonardo´s work involves promoting renewable energy and clean technologies projects, specially the low-investment kind, less than 30 MW power plants to increase the reliability, sustainability and strength from the National Electricity System. He also focuses on promoting social and environmental projects to palliate energy poverty and other specific global challenges such as mitigation projects for the greenhouse gases effects.
He has a PhD in the Use, Management and Preservation of Natural Resources from the Mexico´s Northwest Biologic Investigation Center, a Master's degree from the Pan-American Institute of Senior Management (IPADE) and post-graduate studies in Marine Ecology and Marine Resource Management at Oregon State University.
His basic training studies are in Marine Biology .
He has over 44 years of professional experience within the public and private sector, being responsible for projects and programs to address and propose solutions to specific problematics at the national sphere, where energy and the environment converge.
As a public servant, he started he´s professional activities at the Mexican Petroleum Institute, dealing with energy and environmental issues. He later joined the official environmental sector where he held several management positions.
In the private sector, he has performed as director of environmental and city services companies.
Einat Klein- Kalach is the founder (2019) and head of Bnnovation - Bazan Group's Innovation unit, a leading open-innovation & implementation platform in Israel's energy ecosystem. In this capacity, Einat is co-founder (2020) of ESIL (Environmental Sustainability Innovation Lab) – A unique partnership of Bnnovation, EDF renewables (France) and Johnson-Matthey (UK), supported by the Ministry of Environment of Israel and IIA (Israel Innovation Authority), Promoting and accelerating startups and entrepreneurship in the fields of Environmental and sustainability Technologies.
In her previous position in the legal department at Bazan Group, Einat led the Environmental, Procurement and Commercial Engagements.
Einat holds a Master (LLM) in Law and Economics (Erasmus EMLE program), B.A. in economics and LLB in Law.