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Rob Graham

Rob is an economist by training with a Masters of Economics from McGill University in Canada. Rob has a successful track record in electricity market reform, subsidy and tariff design, large electricity transactions as well as project development. Rob worked as Project Coordinator for the Nigerian PHCN electricity transactions, closing 16 electricity generation and distribution company deals valued at over $2.6 billion in upfront proceeds to the Federal Government of Nigeria. Rob also worked as energy economist on some of CPCS largest energy projects including the Kafue Gorge Lower Hydro Transaction, a $2 billion dollar hydroelectricity project. Currently Rob is project manager on the detailed design and implementation plan of the Mozambique GET FiT project for KfW, and previously worked as economist and project manager on the development of a Power Consumer Assistance Fund for the Government of Nigeria. Rob is also one of the three dedicated Project Managers for the CPCS InfraCo Africa Developer Services Agreement to work on behalf of InfraCo to develop energy and transport projects throughout Africa.