Giulia Motolese is a Global Public-Private Partnership Consultant with PPIAF, within the World Bank, where she supports the strategy and implementation of the global knowledge portfolio. Her experience focuses at the intersection of infrastructure, energy, and policy. Previous to joining PPIAF, she worked at Booz Allen Hamilton on the development of utility-scale renewable energy projects for the U.S. government, and as a strategy consultant on sustainable infrastructure in Caribbean islands. She collaborated with Nomisma Energia in Italy on an assessment of Turkey’s renewables and power sector, and has worked on policy analysis at the EU Delegation to the United States and at the Confederation of British Industries (CBI). She holds a Masters of Arts in International Economics, Energy, Resources and Environment from The Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, and a Bachelor of Science in Politics with Economics from the University of Bath.
- Offres spontanées dans l’infrastructure : parvenir à un juste équilibre entre incitations et concurrence
- Iniciativas privadas en proyectos de infraestructura: un desafío para encontrar el equilibrio entre incentivos y competencia
- Unsolicited proposals in infrastructure: a balancing act between incentives vs. competition