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Stephen A. Badrie

With a proven history of success in a number of high value energy projects, Stephen is skilled at identifying business opportunities and crafting strategies to effectively develop them into world class businesses. Stephen has over 25 years experience in all aspects of the power sector in both regional and international markets having worked for Fortune 500 companies such as AES, Southern Company and BP. He has served on the Board of Directors of the Power Generation Company and on Cabinet appointed committees for power generation planning.
 
He was previously employed as Chief Executive Officer of a 765MW combined cycle facility in Trinidad, building a world-class business from the ground up, after leading the local business development effort from permitting through construction and successful commissioning. Stephen holds a BSc in Mechanical Engineering from the University of the West Indies and a MBA specializing in International Finance.

Prof. Sanjay Bahadoorsingh

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After completing his Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Electrical and Computer Engineering at The University of the West Indies, Sanjay attained an MSc from UMIST and later a PhD in the same field from The University of Manchester. Known for his ability to bridge academia with industry, Sanjay brings a wealth of technical knowledge to TTPV.
 
He is the author of several technical papers and has served as Chair for the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Trinidad and Tobago Section. With over 15 years of academic and professional experience, Professor Bahadoorsingh brings rigorous technical oversight to the team.

Prof. Chandrabhan Sharma

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Professor Sharma received the B.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering (1979), M.Sc. in Power Systems (1982) and Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering (Energy Systems) (1992) from the University of the West Indies. He has served on several Boards of Directors in Trinidad including Power Generation Company and Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission.

He is full Professor (Energy Systems) and the Deputy Dean at the Faculty of Engineering, University of the West Indies Trinidad and Tobago.

As Deputy Chair of the Trinidad and Tobago Chapter of IEEE (2005) he was instrumental in getting the Chapter (of Puerto Rico) recognized as a full section. Professor Sharma has over a hundred published articles and technical reports to industry in the area of Energy Systems and the integration of Renewable Technology to an island grid.

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