Camilo Monge

MBA, Yale School of Management, 2019

Camilo is pursuing an MBA from the Yale School of Management and he is interested in infrastructure around clean energy, conservation and water. His most recent work focused on public infrastructure project management in Peru and P3 projects. Camilo has experience in both the public and private sector, having worked in corporate financial planning at a mining company and on evaluating the first P3 projects presented at Peru’s Ministry of Health.

Camilo holds a BS in Economics from Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru (PUCP).

Authored Articles
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MIT Energy Conference Explores Disruptive Solar Innovation

At the annual MIT Energy Conference on Mar. 2- 3 in Cambridge, Mass., practitioners and entrepreneurs gathered to discuss their views about the future of energy. Throughout the conference, experts agreed that the world is transitioning to new energy sources and the next disruption may be around the corner. The panel “Energy Financing – From Idea to Investment and Onward” focused on how the industry can think about financing innovative projects that may struggle in a highly regulated market with big players.

EcoCasa Program Outperforms Its Green-Building Goals

Mexico’s Sociedad Hipotecaria Federal finances houses for low-income families. For the last five years, it has been giving incentives for the construction of energy-efficient houses through a program called “EcoCasa.” The program has been successful in reducing Mexico’s carbon footprint while sustaining the housing industry’s growth and providing affordable housing.