Gauri Jauhar

IHS Markit

Executive Director, Energy Transitions & CleanTech Consulting

Gauri Jauhar is Executive Director, in IHS Markit’s Energy Transition and Clean Tech Global Consulting team. Gauri’s primary focus is conceptualizing and leading the delivery of consulting projects in Global clean energy development, focus on low carbon technologies, company Energy Transition and ESG strategies. Her areas of specialization are Integration of Clean and New Energy sources to the Energy spectrum for companies and countries, ESG related and Corporate Financial and Operational Competitor Benchmarking, Energy pricing, Market entry strategies and Energy policy development. She represents IHS Markit in various industry bodies such as the US India Hydrogen Task Force, US India Strategic Partnership Forum’s Renewable Energy Task Force. Prior to joining IHS Markit, Gauri was Commercial Advisor – Gas Policy & Regulatory Affairs at BP in India. She was the gas policy lead for multi-disciplinary team leading BP’s energy reforms advocacy efforts in India. Prior to joining BP, Gauri was a Senior Consultant at PFC Energy (now part of IHS Markit), leading PFC Energy’s Integrated Energy business in India and Singapore. Gauri started her career as a Research Associate at the National Council of Applied Economic Research in New Delhi, analyzing macro-economic policy issues for the Indian economy and her paper with DK Joshi on “India’s Macro-Stabilization Policy in 1990s: A Review and Assessment” was published in the book, “The Indian State in Transition.”

SESSIONS WITH Gauri Jauhar

Tuesday, 2 March

  • 10:30am - 11:00am (CST) / 02/mar/2021 04:30 pm - 02/mar/2021 05:00 pm

    Voices of Innovation

    Voices of Innovation: Sunita Narain: Reimagining India's Environmental Future

    Interview Innovation & Technology Energy Transition/Climate & Sustainability
    Dr. Sunita Narain is India’s leading environmentalist and Director General of the Center for Science and Environment, where she has worked since 1982. What is the role of competing fuels in the energy mix? What will be a good outcome for the world and India at COP26? What is the climate change message from the recent Chamoli glacier burst? What is a just transition, when climate change makes things existential? Interviewed by Gauri Jauhar, Executive Director, Global Energy Transitions and Clean Tech Consulting, IHS Markit. 

Wednesday, 3 March

  • 07:30am - 08:00am (CST) / 03/mar/2021 01:30 pm - 03/mar/2021 02:00 pm

    Strategic Dialogue

    Energy Transition: Global perspectives

    Panel Innovation & Technology Geopolitics/Policy/Regulatory Energy Transition/Climate & Sustainability
    At the start of 2021, there seems to be a race to net zero. Rich OECD countries are at the front with many net-zero commitments by 2050. China has made a net-zero commitment by 2060. Many developing countries around the globe have the dual challenge to supply energy to meet the aspirations of its people while reducing emissions. The pace of transition around the world will be determined by geography, available technology, local policies, and consumer preferences. How will the energy transition unfold globally? What role will digital technologies play? Could countries leapfrog to low-carbon energy sources? What role will major energy companies around the world play to lead this transition?