Daniel Bacheschi

Yale College, Yale University, 2020

A first-year student at Yale University, Daniel Bacheschi is a Student Writer for the Clean Energy Finance Forum and the Yale Center For Business and Environment.

An aspiring Electrical Engineer, Daniel is intrigued by the intricacies of renewable energy and the driving economic factors behind it. This inspired him to join the vanguard of renewable-energy-finance awareness.

Outside of the classroom, Daniel enjoys Bollywood dance, 3D Printing, volleyball, and meditation - and spending time with friends and family.

Authored Articles
Merlion Fountain in Singapore

Corporate Sustainability Reaches toward the SDGs

Climate change, sustainability practices, and investment and asset management were a few of the central topics of the 2018 Sustainable Investment Forum, which met in New York City on Sept. 26. The event brought together banking experts, asset managers, and global institutions – including World Bank Group and United Nations.
Solar Graph

Artificial Intelligence Meets Clean Energy Venture Capital

For many energy innovators, securing venture capital may seem to be an impossible challenge. Taking this issue to heart, the technology company Rho AI is exploring the power of artificial intelligence to find capital for companies in the renewable energy marketplace. Having recently earned a grant from the United States Department of Energy to create a solution called Partner AI, Rho AI is reaching its seventh month of development. Partner AI is an online artificial intelligence-based solution that will work to streamline today’s renewable energy venture capital process.
MIT building exterior

Battery Brings a Sustainable Future Closer with Every Breath

A potentially transformative energy storage solution is being developed by a group led by Yet-Ming Chiang, professor at the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and Zheng Li, assistant professor of mechanical engineering at Virginia Tech. Their research was published in the journal “Joule” in the article “Air-Breathing Aqueous Sulfur Flow Battery for Ultralow-Cost Long-Duration Electrical Storage.”

Solar Energy Catalyzes Women’s Entrepreneurship in Nepal

Combining renewable energy with female empowerment, Empower Generation is an organization introducing solar energy and unique business practices to the Terai region in Nepal. By training women in rural communities to start, manage and expand their own businesses, Empower Generation uses entrepreneurship as a tool for social, economic and technological change.