Manuel pinho

manuel pinho

Who is Manuel Pinho and what did he do?

Manuel Pinho has been Portuguese Minister of Economy and Innovation from 2005 to 2009 and that means that he has been my counterpart in Energy Council practically during the whole mandate. I am addressing below the main decisions we have taken in the EU energy policy during that period with his support and leadership.

What happened to Paulo Pinho?

In 2010 Pinho was hired as an Adjunct Professor of International and Public Affairs by Columbia University ’s School of International and Public Affairs which coincided with the Energias de Portugal (EDP) sponsorship. He stopped lecturing classes after he was indicted in 2017 and his name was removed from the online SIPA Faculty list.

What did Pinho do for the EU?

As energy minister of a European Union member country, Pinho contributed to the European Unions first Strategic Energy Technology Plan of 2007, that served as a blueprint for European development of low-carbon energy production.

Did Salgado influence Pinho to become Minister?

As a result, when Pinho became minister in 2005, it was widely believed that it had been due to the influence of Salgado, who would publicly deny it a decade later.

Who is Paula Pinho and what does she do?

Director Paula Pinho was appointed in March 2021 to lead the Directorate for Just Transition, Consumers, Energy Efficiency and Innovation in the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Energy.

What happened to Paulo Pinho?

In 2010 Pinho was hired as an Adjunct Professor of International and Public Affairs by Columbia University ’s School of International and Public Affairs which coincided with the Energias de Portugal (EDP) sponsorship. He stopped lecturing classes after he was indicted in 2017 and his name was removed from the online SIPA Faculty list.

Where is Manuel Pinho now?

SIPAs office building at Columbia University, where Manuel Pinho has intermittently been a Visiting Professor since 2010. Prior to becoming a banker in the early 1990s, Pinho had taught economics at Lisbons Economics and Business Management Institute (ISEG) and at the Portuguese Catholic University.

Who is Rui Pinho?

Rui Pinho graduated in Civil Engineering at the University of Porto (Portugal) in 1995 and then initiated his research career at Imperial College, in London, where he first obtained MSc and PhD degrees in the field of Earthquake Engineering.

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