Nitin Zamre

Research Fellow

Nitin Zamre has over 30 years of experience advising public and private sector clients on energy issues worldwide. His key areas of expertise and interest are energy and climate. He has led teams advising clients on various energy/infrastructure projects – upstream acquisition, feasibility, and strategy of investment, Contractual risk management, risk assessment framework for PPP, process improvement for power utilities, vision exercises for state governments, bid process management for selection of a developer, etc.

In recent years, Nitin has increasingly worked very closely on issues related to energy efficiency, energy management, climate change, and emissions/sustainability for various clients and is more focused on the nexus of climate and energy.

Nitin currently serves as the Co-founder & Chief Business Officer at PossibleWorks & PeopleCart, technology start-ups that help organizations manage their employees’ performance. Before this and till December 2017, he was the Managing Director in India of ICF, a global consulting firm. Before that he was Director – Consulting Practice (Energy & Infrastructure) in CRISIL Infrastructure Advisory.

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