Mr. Roseman has decades of domestic and international experience with executives in the energy industries, and expertise in clean energy, climate change and sustainability, markets and regulation, electric transmission, and resiliency. He founded and directed USEA’s Electricity Market Initiative for years, designed to integrate the power markets in 11 countries in Southeast Europe (SEE), create significant regional benefits, and stimulate new energy infrastructure and investment. He now directs the Clean Energy Program of USEA’s Just and Secure Energy Transition, in both SEE and Eurasia.
Mr. Roseman started his career in solar energy decades ago, and from the outset he has been transforming the power sector worldwide. In that regard, he has advised public and private clients on energy markets, major investment projects, national and state energy policies, corporate and worldwide strategies, industry restructuring, new technologies and innovation, and more. He has advised the executives and partners of utilities, financial institutions, law firms, private power companies, energy regulators, ministries, multi-lateral institutions, and trade associations.
Mr. Roseman’s accomplishments include the:
• Creation of proactive, innovative and effective government and corporate energy strategies
• Development of pathbreaking studies and papers to foster regional energy transformation
• Analysis and recommendations for the grid to add large amounts of intermittent resources
• Ensuring integrated plans that ensure resource adequacy and meet regulatory requirements
• Application of market analysis to identify and finance investment opportunities
• Design and negotiation of industry restructuring, and its effective implementation
• Achievement of sharp emissions reductions, renewable expansions, and resilience gains
• Recommendation and acceptance of policies to stimulate billions in private sector investment
• Successful implementation of numerous competitive resource solicitations, leading to thousands of megawatts of efficient, cost-effective, clean generation.
Mr. Roseman works at the intersection of energy technology, regulation and markets. He has worked directly in more than 20 nations, and has evaluated markets, investments, policies and opportunities in over 60 countries. He is also on the Board and the Treasurer of the Energy Bar Association’s Charitable Foundation.
Mr. Roseman holds a BA in Economics from Yale University, and both MBA and MS degrees (Operations Research) from Stanford University. He speaks frequently at energy conferences and organizations and has authored over 50 articles. He was an adjunct professor in the Graduate Schools of Business and Political Management at George Washington University from 2006-14, teaching a self-designed course on “Worldwide Energy Challenges and Opportunities.”