Anadi Jauhari

Emerging Energy & Environment Investment Group LLC
Anadi Jauhari

Anadi Jauhari is a Senior Managing Director and a Partner at Emerging Energy and Environment Investment Group (EEEIG), a New York-based an applied research driven alternative investment firm specializing in global infra investments.In his current role, he heads the development of EEEIG's low-carbon infrastructure investment strategy in collaboration with major asset owners. He was a founding member of EEEIG's Latam renewables private equity fund which completed its investment mandate in 2016/17. His current investment focus is on storage investments in the energy and transport sectors. He specializes in project finance, risk management, ESG and investment underwriting with a focus on sustainable infrastructure across private markets. Prior to EEEIG, he was Managing Director and Head of Americas, Project Finance for Natixis, New Yorkm, which is part of Groupe BPCE, the 2nd largest French banking group. He has over 25 years of investment experience in private markets and has worked in the Americas, Africa and Asia, with a broad focus infrastructure including renewables, clean energy, power, natural resources, and transportation. He has an MBA from Yale School of Management and a BS in engineering from Indian Institute of Technology and is a CAIA charterholder. He serves on the Advisory Board of the Yale Initiative on Sustainable Finance, and was UN’s strategic advisor on its Climate Aggregation platform, a market initiative to develop innovative approaches to financial aggregation of distributed low-carbon assets and the development of green capital markets. He co-developed the first green bond indices with S&P DJ Indices in 2014/15 and currently engaged with his team applied investment research for asset owners on topics related to sustainable finance and infrastructure investing.

19 Nov
 - 10:15 Eastern Standard Time (EST)
All Attendees
Panel Discussion
  • Insight into the status of the industry, available capital and new investors who are entering the market this year
  • What markets are asset owners looking towards in 2021? Is solar and storage still the primary markets, or are other renewables such as wind likely to be part of the mix?