• CERAWeek
  • March 18 - 22, 2024
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Mohamed Jameel Al Ramahi


Chief Executive Officer

Mohamed Jameel Al Ramahi is the Chief Executive Officer of Masdar, a global clean energy powerhouse active in over 40 countries. Under his leadership, Masdar has developed into one of the fastest- growing renewable energy companies in the world, with a combined global project portfolio of over 20GW of clean energy capacity. Mr. Al Ramahi first joined Masdar in 2008 and has held senior leadership positions in the company for nearly a decade and a half, serving as Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer prior to his appointment as CEO in 2016. In addition to his role as CEO, Mr. Al Ramahi holds a number of prominent board positions. He is Vice-Chair of the Global Council on Sustainable Development Goals, and serves on the Board of Directors for Mubadala Health, Emirates Waste to Energy Company, and Shuaa Energy 2 PSC, the company developing phase 3 of the Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park in Dubai. A natural collaborator, Mr. Al Ramahi is also an active member of several groups dedicated to facilitating strong international cooperation in the fields of business and sustainability. These include the French Business Group, Australian Business Group, the US-UAE Business Council, and the Sustainable Markets Initiative Taskforce for Energy Transition. Mr. Al Ramahi holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (Finance) from the University of Evansville in the United States.

Sessions With Mohamed Jameel Al Ramahi

Thursday, 9 March

  • 10:15am - 10:50am (CST) / 09/mar/2023 04:15 pm - 09/mar/2023 04:50 pm

    Global Power: Strategies for the trilemma

    Global power and renewables companies are at the center of the energy trilemma, as they aim to grow low-carbon portfolios while balancing affordability and resilience of supply. Meanwhile, an array of factors—spanning competition, policy shifts, global supply chains and capital markets—is generating new strategic considerations for the sector. How are companies responding to these countervailing forces, and what are some of the strategies being deployed to achieve global power market objectives while enhancing corporate profitability? Have recent market conditions altered these approaches? How do strategies and portfolios differ across the competitive landscape?