A new tool for energy and environmental valuation to improve decision making for capital deployment of climate-resilient infrastructure

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Jimmy is a DPhil Candidate studying the metric systems of climate and finance in order to improve decision making of capital deployment for investing in climate-resilient infrastructure. His interest is in tracking the flow of energy and carbon through financial transactions and seeing how they accumulate into assets and liabilities on the balance sheet. He is focused on capital intensive sectors, such as water and power, to help understand the value of assets towards achieving climate goals.

He sits on the board of the Center for Sustainable Energy, a San Diego-based non-profit that administers electric vehicle and solar programs across the United States. He also is the ESG Venture Partner at PiLabs, Europe's largest and most active PropTech VC company. He received his BS and MS in Material Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an MBA from the University of Oxford.

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