International representatives at NYC summit avoided serious negotiations and tough questions, such as tackling emissions in recession hard-hit countries. However, China committed to "notable" emissions cuts by 2020 based on the metric of CO2 per GDP. China certainly isn't committing to curb GDP growth, but it has set a precedent. How will the US respond to China seizing the morale high"er"ground and how will calls for hard reductions be reconciled with China's initial compromise?.
• co-Published research paper on Credit Risk Implications within Commercial Solar Financing
• Analyzed and developed several solar system performance-related services, guarantees and contracts at SunPower Corp.
• Participant in UC Berkeley's Cleantech-to-Market course and project team member for OpenADR, an open standards-based communications protocol for demand response signaling.
• Participant of UC Berkeley's Int'l Business Development and project team member for SOUL Foundation / WET-Africa's Green Market Stock Exchange, a market-based investment platform for funding environmental restoration projects.