The Bologna Institute for Policy Research | Scholar Profile | Marco Dell'Aquila
Senior Adjunct Professor of Energy, Resources and Environment
Founder and Chairman, Power Capital
International Political Economy
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.
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