Mohammed Atif is an economist with a strong background in electricity, gas and water advising on infrastructure development, legal and regulatory frameworks. He has experience in economic and financial analysis, regulation and restructuring, and market design to encourage private sector participation.
His global experience includes countries such as Angola, Denmark, Egypt, Ghana, the GCC, Lebanon, Southeast Europe, Mozambique, Namibia, Pakistan, Turkey, South Africa, Tanzania, UK, Ukraine, Vietnam and Yemen.
Mohammed Atif is currently the Area Manager of Middle East and Africa for DNV GL based in the UAE and also leading the DNV GL office based in Cape Town. Atif was the project manager and regulatory economics expert for the Regulation and Supervision Bureau in Abu Dhabi, advising on renewable energy procurement. He oversaw the technical and economics assessment of the entire procurement process for a 10MW solar PV plant and a 30MW wind farm in Abu Dhabi.
Mohammed Atif holds a bachelor's degree in economics and a master's degree in energy economics supervised by Professor Paul Stevens; speaks the Arabic language and has 16 + years of experience in electricity and gas markets. Atif has also published papers on upstream petroleum taxation, the role of gas in power generation and is a member of the Advisory Board for the power generation in Middle East conference.
SOLAR PV PLUS ENERGY STORAGE BUSINESS MODELS TO OPTIMIZE FINANCIAL RETURNS
TIME: 13:10 - 13:55
DATE: 27 November 2018