15 years of expertise in the United States, scaling companies across diverse industries.
Skilled planner and operational expert with a true entrepreneurial spirit, scaling numerous early-stage companies.
Recent years include Co-Founded a US Venture Capital fund, BCP Blitz and facilitating for a direct investment and strategic development of a US cyber security company.
Skill set encompasses comprehensive expertise in management, direct investments, venture capital, and deal analysis.
BSc Business Economics with Marketing,
Norwegian School of Management (BI Stavanger)
Peter has over 10 years of experience in the power sector.
He spent 8 years developing power generation projects in the US, Canada, and Latin America, working on projects involving biomass, waste steam, and residual solid waste.
His competencies include international sales, business development, project management, and business strategy.
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) from Wilfred Laurier University in Waterloo, Canada.
More than 20 years experience specializing in US utility regulation with respect to electric transmission and market design.
Leadership experience in utility-related stakeholder groups and bar associations at the state and federal levels, especially with respect to regional transmission organizations.
JD from Indiana University, MSc in Energy, Environment and Society from UiStavanger and BA from Yale.
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