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Alec SaltikoffAlec Saltikoff

Executive Director, Global Head of Sustainability and Energy at JPMorgan Chase

As Global Head of Sustainability and Energy at JPMorgan Chase & Co., Alec Saltikoff oversees programs related to energy efficiency, sustainability, renewable energy and maximizing de-carbonization synergies for the firm’s Global Real Estate division. Alec’s areas of focus include implementation of Renewable Energy by 2020 Vision, reducing the firm’s energy costs and carbon footprint through utilizing alternative energy procurement methods, VPPA’s, maximizing building efficiency and on-site generation, energy investment projects, and cutting overall real estate expenditure through promoting and driving a sustainable, responsible, and cost efficient operating environment for the firm’s global real estate portfolio.
Alec is Vice-Chair or World Green Building Council Advisory Board and member of the Board of Directors of New York Energy Consumer Council.
In 2016 and 2019, Alec was awarded the prestigious Energy New York Award in Leadership and Innovation. Alec is a graduate of the executive management program at Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sloan School of Management, where he was awarded an Executive Certificate in Leadership and Management. Alec holds a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Manhattan College. Alec possesses the following industry certifications: Certified Business Energy Professional (BEP), Certified Energy Manager (CEM), Certified Energy Procurement Professional (CEP), Certified Energy Auditor (CEA), Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional (LEED AP).

Takes part in

Jan, 19 5:00 PM CET
Main Stage
Panel Discussion

Combating Climate Change as an Integral Aspect of Energy Demand, Production and Transmission

  • How global energy corporations are going about combating climate change

  • On the way to renewables: How the world's leading corporations are making their way to a more sustainable future

  • Commercial and financial underpinnings of the global transition to renewables

  • European vs American approaches to tackling climate change: Is switching to renewables more efficient than investing in lower-emission energy technologies?

Stephen Harper Global Director, Environment and Energy Policy, Intel
Andrew Griffiths Head of Value Chain Sustainability at Nestlé UK
Alec Saltikoff Executive Director, Global Head of Sustainability and Energy at JPMorgan Chase
Mayank Bansal President, Strategy & Business Development at ReNew Power