energy is renewable energy. My energy
doesn't come from pipelines or wires.
energy comes from tackling intellectual and personal challenges. I once told my father I had to stop studying
medicine because, "I wanted to do something important with my life." A surgeon who has dedicated his life to
healing others, he laughed off the unintended insult, understanding that beneath
my hubris grew a desire to affect change not on an individual, physical level,
but on a global scale.
energy systems must shift dramatically during our lifetime. What's
hanging in the balance? International
development, economic progress, global security, environmental integrity – the very
baseline of human prosperity. Nothing is
more challenging than the complex and evolving realities of the energy sector,
and I will continuously draw my energy from these challenges.
found my rechargeable battery. My human
energy will drive this necessary
change, navigating and combating entrenched interests. My passion will be a spark of
electricity that inspires others to join me in developing cleaner, safer, more affordable energy.