He has a “wealth of international experience,” the gasification waste to energy systems firm said, having worked with the World Bank, the IMF, the European Commission USAID and the Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development.
He has helped to formulate energy and environment policies in the Euro Mediterranean and North Africa region and in the Middle East.
He is also a former senior adviser to the Arab Electricity Regulatory Forum (AREF), a member of the Energy Institute, (UK), and a member of the International Association for Energy Economics (IAEE) in the USA.
Keith Allaun, executive chairman of PowerHouse, said on Friday: “I believe it is a very strong validation of PowerHouse’s potential that we are able to attract someone of the calibre of Roudi to assist the company.
Members of the advisory panel will help PowerHouse to achieve its commercial goals in segments of the market, and geographies, he added.