International Energy Advisory Council

Dilip Limaye

Wednesday 5 November 2014

Dilip Limaye (USA, India born), IEAC Board Member, is President and CEO of SRC Global Inc., and is internationally recognized as a pioneer and an entrepreneur with over 40 years of experience in energy efficiency, renewable energy, energy services, and climate change mitigation. He is a senior advisor and consultant to the World Bank, Asian Development Bank, IFC, IEA, UNEP, UNDP, USAID and other donor agencies on financing and implementation of clean energy to mitigate climate change impacts. He was one of the principal team members in the development of the original concepts and methods of demand-side management. Dilip Limaye has provided technical assistance and consulting services to over 150 utilities, regulatory commissions and national and local governments. His recent work has focused on financing clean energy and has included the World Bank’s Leveraging Commercial Financing for Clean Energy, the USAID Guidebook on EE financing for China and the UNEP Guidebook on Financing Sources for Climate Change Mitigation. He was the principal author of the International Energy Agency report on Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) for Financing Energy Efficiency, and was the Team Leader, Clean Energy Finance, for USAID’s Partnership to Advance Clean Energy Deployment in India.
He has served as a Board Member of A-Power Energy Generation Systems, the largest alternative energy company in Asia, Board Chairman of Photonix Solar, a solar PV company in India, and Chairman and CEO of Online Energy Manager, an international energy efficiency technology company. He graduated from IIT-Bombay as the valedictorian and was awarded the President of India Gold Medal. He has a Master’s degree in Industrial Engineering from Cornell University. Additional academic credentials include doctoral studies in international business at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School and in alternative energy at Drexel University. He has also completed the Executive Program on Global Climate Change and Economic Development at Harvard University.