For the past 22 years, New York Times best selling author Peter C. Fusaro has been a paid keynote speaker throughout the US, Canada, Europe, Asia, Australia, and Latin America. Peter is noted for his lively and cutting edge insights on energy and environmental issues. Through his writings and numerous TV, radio, print, podcast, and blog interview, he has delivered timely insights before anyone else on energy and environmental markets. Many colleagues who have heard Peter before remark they "always learn something new at one his seminars or lectures."
His speaking topics include:
- New Developments in Natural Gas and LNG Markets
- Cleantech & Renewables
- The New Green Business Model for Sustainable Finance
- Energy and Environmental Hedge Funds
- Current Trends in Commodity Markets
- The Frontiers of Environmental Finance
- The Latest Trends in Impact Investing
A sample of past speaking keynote engagements include the following: the Greenwich Roundtable, TEDX at Columbia Engineering School, New York Hedge Fund Roundtable, the UN Foundation, e-Factor in Europe, NYU Center for Global Affairs, Annual Net Impact Conference in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Air Transport Association, Columbia University Business School, Yale, MIT Sloane School, Northwestern Kellog School, Carnegie-Mellon Tepper School of Business, London Business School, Energy Insurance Mutual (3 Times), American Boiler Manufacturers (2 Times), JP Morgan Alternative Energy Conference, International Energy Credit Association, TriplePoint Technology (4 times), Solarc (2 times), Sungard, Barclays Bank (2 times), APPEC (4 times) and International District Energy Association.
Upcoming Keynote Speaking Engagements at Conferences:
- Keynote Address: The New Energy Future for Asia's Supply Chain, Asia-American Chamber of Commerce, Boston
- Green Investment Opportunities in the Low Carbon Economy, The University Club, New York City
Peter is also a favorite for campuses and has spoken at 4 Net Impact annual conferences as well as many Net Impact chapters in the US and UK including the University of Michigan's Erb Institute, Northwestern's Kellogg School, MIT's Sloane School, Carnegie-Mellon's Tepper School, Baruch University's Weissman Center for International Business (4 Times), University of Maryland's Smith School of Business and London Business School to name a few.