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We are a consulting practice based in the United States. Our skills include financial, economic, and environmental analysis. We have experience in the areas of commodities trading, renewable energy, and project management. Our principal consultant holds a BS in Economics and Finance and an MBA in Global Business and Markets from Bentley University. The team has vast experience in banking, government, sustainability and energy markets.
$25 USD/hr
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Business Development

Aug 2008 - Oct 2010 (2 years)

Analyst, Business Development o Selected for the International trainee program, traveling to multiple locations globally o Strategized with Managing director of Carbon emissions in a two man team to establish trading desk o Performed research on US Voluntary emissions market, and provided support to projects in German and North American offices


Masters in Business Administration (Bentley University)

2006 - 2008 (2 years)


Series 7 Investment Represantative (2005)


Obtained a license verifying knowledge of equities, bonds, mutual funds, and other securities and regulations



o Kannan asks: What is the "recipe" for fly ash bricks? What is the fly ash to cement ratio? How much water should I use? Also, what temperature do I use to make the bricks? Thank you. Hello Kannan, Thanks for your question. Using fly ash bricks in your building is advantageous for several reasons. The process saves energy, reduces mercury pollution and costs less than the traditional manner to manufacture bricks. The recipe includes class C Fly ash, Sand/Stone dust, Lime, Gypsum, water, and