Srishti Gupta has been working with the Frankfurt School – UNEP Collaborating Centre for Climate & Sustainable Energy Finance since January 2014.
Ms. Gupta has notable experience in developing innovative financing structures for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RE/EE) projects. As a member of the team, she developed financial models to analyse the results for the financial and economic viability of mini-grids in seven sites across different countries for the study conducted with Siemens, UNEP and IRENA. She was also in the Nairobi office for 2 months to work with the team on the Sustainable Use of Natural Resources and Energy Finance (SUNREF) project funded by AFD for RE/EE projects. Ms. Gupta has gained international experience in India and Indonesia where she worked on climate change and renewable energy projects with KfW in partnership with World Bank, GIZ, and JICA.
Ms. Gupta holds a Master of Finance degree with specialization in Development Finance from the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management as well as a Master of Business Administration and Bachelor of Technology in Electronics & Communication Engineering from India.