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The Bologna Institute for Policy Research | Scholar Profile | Marco Dell'Aquila

Marco Dell'Aquila
Senior Adjunct Professor of Energy, Resources and Environment
Founder and Chairman, Power Capital

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Geographic Areas
Africa
Europe
Latin America
United States

Issues
Corporate Finance
Energy Issues
Energy Technologies
Environmental Issues
International Political Economy

Languages
French
German
Italian
Portuguese
Serbo-Croatian
Spanish

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Background and Education
Marco Dell'Aquila has spent 30 years in the energy sector, of which the last 18 years in renewables and cleantech. He co-founded and is Chairman of inspiratia - a global analytics and data company focusing on renewables and infrastructure sectors. He also founded Power Capital, a pioneering financial and strategic advisory firm focused on renewables. He has served on a number of start-up company boards and in 1997 co-founded IJGlobal, an information services company covering energy and infrastructure.

Professor Dell'Aquila has taught at SAIS since 2011 and is a member of the SAIS Europe Advisory Council. He was a Fellow of the Institute of Latin America Studies in the late 1980s. Marco has a BSc. (Tech) in Civil and Structural Engineering from the University of Manchester and an MA in International Relations and Economics from SAIS.

Other Publications
Contributed to Regulatory Policy in Latin America: Post-Privatization Realities, L. Manzetti (ed.) (2000); Co-author of "Economic Stabilisation in Argentina: the Austral Plan," in Journal of Latin American Studies (1988)


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Johns Hopkins University - School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS)