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In addition to his advisory role at Carbon Clean Solutions, James is the chairman of the Overseas Development Institute, a member of HM Treasury's Infrastructure UK advisory council and a member of GE's ecomagination board. James is also a member of Carbon Tracker's Advisory Board, an advisor to the Climate Bonds Initiative, a trustee member of the UK Green Building Council and the Carbon Disclosure Project, a member of the Advisory Panel for the Independent Commission for Aid Impact's review of the International Climate Fund and a Commissioner of the London Sustainable Development Commission. He served as a member of the Green Investment Bank Commission and the UK Prime Minister's Business Advisory Group (2010 - 2012).
Paul Arwas has over 20 years’ experience as a professional consultant in Europe and North America. He has a passion for innovation and issues related to climate change. As vice president of Arthur D Little, he was active in the company’s energy and technology management practices as well as a member of its executive team for the UK business. Paul has run strategic reviews of low carbon technology innovation for the Committee on Climate Change, the former Department of Trade and Industry, the Department of Energy and Climate Change and the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. He was a leader of the programme of work that has revolutionised the way the UK manages low carbon technology innovation, as embodied by the new Technology Innovation Needs Assessment (TINA) process.
An experienced plc Board member and corporate leader with demonstrated success in developing, managing and financing businesses across the energy sector, including oil & gas, oilfield services and technology. As MD of BCI International, Robb provides financial and strategic advice to start-ups and existing businesses seeking to raise funds in the London market. Robb has raised equity and debt financing totaling more than $700 million and creating more than $5 billion in shareholder value. Robb started his career with a number of global roles for ExxonMobil and BP before becoming Deputy CEO of London-listed Sibir Energy plc, then CEO of First Africa Oil plc. In 2012 Robb introduced NET Power’s zero emissions power technology to the European market and worked closely with industry and government to secure more than $100 million in financial support for the company. Robb is London-based and attended the College of William & Mary and the London School of Economics. He holds an MBA from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Business.
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