The Obama administration is working hard to position a scaled-back agreement at Copenhagen as a success while keeping ensuring the US's role in the process is perceived in a positive light. The key components of an interim agreement are thought to include non-binding political commitments for emissions reductions by developed nations as well as a legitimate pledge on an international aid program for climate change combat and adaptation.
• 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.