Umang Goswami

Umang Goswami has several years of experience in energy finance and climate change issues. He was an infrastructure specialist at the World Bank focusing on Africa. Subsequently, he worked with a bank in London on energy-structured finance and financing projects in the Middle East and North Africa. Most recently, he was the head of finance at a Silicon Valley solar company in India. Goswami holds an MBA from the University of Chicago, Booth School of Business.

The Next Two Years for Modi

April 13, 2017

To truly win the respect and trust of the people, the Indian government should focus on three issues. The recent legislative electoral wins for the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) are partly a verdict on its policies of the past three years and partly due to anti-incumbency factors working in...

India’s Energy Sector Outlook

September 25, 2015

Despite making great strides, India is yet to provide energy security to its entire population. The Indian power sector has come a long way since the sweeping reforms that resulted from liberalization in 1991. The state-dominated power sector was inefficient, hamstrung by lack of maintenance and inadequate investment. The sector was directed...