Ramy holds a MA in Sustainability Management from Harvard University, where he focused his research on concentrated solar power technologies in developing nations, specifically Egypt. Ramy has a MS in mechanical engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology, where he was working with Professor Sheldon Jeter in developing new innovations in concentrated solar power. He has earned his BS with high honors in Mechanical Engineering from the American University in Cairo (AUC). Ramy’s interest in energy sustainability, design, and energy efficiency has led him to undertake his undergraduate thesis project on solar thermal energy and earned him a Professional Graduate Certificate in “Corporate Sustainability and Innovation” from Harvard University. Furthermore, Ramy has worked as a field engineer with Schlumberger where he formulated and implemented innovative sustainable solutions in the operations and maintenance fields. He also represented the company at the 2019 Bloomberg Sustainable Business Summit and was elected to lead the Global Stewardship Community in 2020. Ramy worked with Infinity, as a Research and Development Manager where he developed the R&D department, formulated the IFEL program, designed and prototyped several products from start to finish, and developed the company’s internship program. Ramy is currently working as a Research & Development Manager with Lautec tackling the most complex challenges in offshore wind energy.