The clean energy transition is complicated, not just because of the range of technologies and policies involved, but also because of huge differences in the political economies of the countries engaged in it. Propel is positioned to help navigate these complexities based on years of relevant experience in developing and leading international programs and partnership frameworks. We have the technical, policy and market expertise needed to align the core competencies of diverse stakeholders with programmatic goals to optimize for impact.
Graham's perspective on solving energy and climate challenges draws on nearly 30 years of diverse experience in the private, public, and philanthropic sectors. While working in the U.S. government, Graham managed two global partnerships focused on technologies and policies to address energy and climate challenges, engaging with energy leaders from around the world. He also led various analytical efforts that provided insight on technology pathways in support of climate goals. In the private sector, he managed targeted R&D programs and international cooperative efforts to develop critical new technologies for the semiconductor industry. These experiences were bookended by service as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Kenya and as deputy director of the Lemelson Foundation.