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Engineers Without Borders: Renewable Energy Solutions for the Developing World (TED-style Talk)

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Join us for an interactive TED -style Talk with leading figures in the field.

About the speakers:

Mr. Rabih El Fadel, Managing Director of ZEF Concepts Rabih has a unique understanding of sustainability, with over 13 years experience in Low energy designs, Low- carbon emission initiatives, including energy buildings passive design, efficient systems, renewable energy, building management system calculation methodology. Rabih’s 24 years experience encompasses project design and development, technical implementation and management Environmental Design, sustainability framework (Energy, Water, Waste, Internal environmental quality, renewable energy, solar passive design) for projects in Europe, Middle-East, USA and Africa.

Dr. Simon Bransfield-Garth, CEO of Azuri Technologies Ltd. Simon has 25 years global experience building rapid growth, technology-based businesses in sectors including Semiconductor, Automotive and Mobile Phones. His career includes 7 years at Symbian, the phone OS maker, where he was a member of the Leadership Team and VP Global Marketing. Simon was founder of Myriad Solutions Ltd and was previously a Fellow at Cambridge University. He holds a BA and Ph.D in Engineering from St John’s College, Cambridge UK.

Mr. Richard Gomes, Global Policy and Advocacy Manager, Shell Foundation Richard helps the Foundation and its strategic partners to promote ‘enterprise-based’ solutions as the most effective way to impact development challenges on a global scale. Joining from Shell UK’s Social Investment team in 2009, Richard had previously spent seven years with the Shell Group in a variety of finance and corporate communications roles. He has a BSc degree in Economics from the University of Warwick. His talk today features ‘An Enterprise-based Approach to Tackling Access to Energy at Scale’.

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