CEBC announces new board of directors for 2021-2023

The CEBC is the pre-eminent organization representing the private sector involved in the clean energy sector across the MENA region

  
CEBC announces new board of directors for 2021-2023

Dubai, UAE:

The Clean Energy Business Council (CEBC) is proud to announce the newly elected board of directors for 2021-2023. This year, three new members were elected to the CEBC board: 

  • Alia Ali Mubarak Busamra, Chief Sustainability Officer at ENOC 
  • Mohammed Ayoub, Regional Growth Leader at GE
  • Leandro Bento, Chief Technology Officer at Yellow Door Energy 

The new board members for the next term 2021-2023 are listed below: 

  • Stephan Gobert, Chief Strategy, Innovation & Customer Experience Officer at ENGIE 
  • Alia Ali Mubarak Busamra, Chief Sustainability Officer at ENOC 
  • Mhairi Main Garcia, Partner at Dentons
  • Dr. Nasser Saidi - Founder and President at Nasser Saidi & Associates
  • Mohamed Attari, Senior Manager at ACWA Power
  • Rachid Hamida, Director – Performance & Technology at ENOVA
  • Mohammed Ayoub, Regional Growth Leader at GE
  • Leandro Bento, Chief Technology Officer at Yellow Door Energy
  • Iwan Walters, Partner at Eversheds Sutherland  

“The COVID pandemic and growing climate change risks has galvanised interest in clean energy and technology to address the challenges and find earth and lifesaving solutions. The range and depth of knowledge and experience on the new board of the CEBC is outstanding. It will help direct the resources of our CEBC membership to grow the clean energy industry in the MENA region in cooperation and partnership with governments, regional and international organisations. The CEBC aims to be an integral part of the Green and Blue New Deals emerging in the region“, Dr. Nasser Saidi, Founder & President at Nasser Saidi & Associates.

“The new board has vast experience across the clean energy sectors, as well as recognising the commitment of conventional energy companies to the energy transition and sustainability. The challenges of the last year have highlighted the importance of clean energy. 2021 represents a real opportunity for CEBC to promote a green recovery and build on the momentum of more robust policies and net-zero commitments. I remain humbled by the continued trust of CEBC members and am looking forward to working with my colleagues on the board.”, Mhairi Main Garcia, Partner at Dentons.

The CEBC is the pre-eminent organization representing the private sector involved in the clean energy sector across the MENA region. CEBC aims to establish a dialogue between the public and private sectors to drive the development of appropriate and much needed regulation and policy to support the development of this vital sector.

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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ABOUT CEBC CONTACT
Mr. Ahmed Samir Elbermbali
Managing Director
Clean Energy Business Council (CEBC)
Email:  ahmed@cebcmena.com 

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