Building a career in sustainable energy

Are you interested in using your skills to help build a greener, fairer future? Hosted by Energy Futures Lab, hear from Imperial alumni who have built their careers in sustainable energy. Our panel will be sharing their insights and experience of working in a wide range of roles as well as their advice for current students wishing to take their first steps towards a rewarding and meaningful career. The event is open to students of all faculties and departments at Imperial and will be followed by a networking reception from 5:30-6:30pm.


Ruslan Gamilov, Senior LCOE Project Manager, RWE Principle Power

Ruslan Galimov joined RWE Principle Power in 2023 as a Senior LCOE Project Manager, floating offshore wind. Previously, he served as Head of Strategy and Market Intelligence at Principle Power Inc, a leading global technology and services provider for the floating wind offshore market. Ruslan has also worked as a pricing leader for the Offshore Wind business in GE Renewable Energy, covering global markets, and as a Commercial Manager for European markets. Prior to that, Ruslan served as the Head of the Strategic Development Department with Bashkirenergo utility in Russia, and other roles related to investments and economic analysis. He holds an MSc in Sustainable Energy Futures from the Imperial College London and a PhD in Economics and Management from Ufa State Aviation Technical University in Russia.

Anjali Devadasan, CEO, Treeva

Anjali is the co-founder and CEO of Treeva: generating renewable energy from passing transport. Treeva provides highly efficient vertical-axis wind turbines, which generate renewable energy due to the turbulent airflow of passing transport as well as the windy weather. The modular design is easy to install and maintain on the side of roads/railways, makes use of readily available land and powers infrastructure, such as street lights and EV charging stations. 


About Energy Futures Lab

Energy Futures Lab is one of seven Global Institutes at Imperial College London. The institute was established to address global energy challenges by identifying and leading new opportunities to serve industry, government and society at large through high quality research, evidence and advocacy for positive change. The institute aims to promote energy innovation and advance systemic solutions for a sustainable energy future by bringing together the science, engineering and policy expertise at Imperial and fostering collaboration with a wide variety of external partners.

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