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Hannah Badrei, Ph.D.

Senior Vice President, Global Energy Advisory

I serve as Senior Vice President, Global Energy Advisory at Edison Energy, leading all advisory services including clean energy, power and gas supply procurement, transportation electrification, distributed energy resources, and energy optimization across the U.S., Mexico, Canada, and Europe. I bring over two decades of energy commodities experience in the power and renewables sectors. My expertise spans go-to-market strategy development, origination, deal structuring, and execution.

Prior to joining Edison Energy, I served as Vice President of Power & Renewables Origination at Shell Energy, where I was responsible for commercial and industrial origination and led the launch of the company’s off-site renewables platform. Prior to that, I managed commercial and analytics teams at the Boston Consulting Group and Calpine Corporation. I began my career as a quantitative analyst, holding roles in risk management and energy procurement at Pacific Gas & Electric.

I have chaired the Houston Chapter of WRISE (Women of Renewable Industries and Sustainable Energy), remain active at the national level, and am an advocate of women entering and achieving leadership roles in the renewable energy and sustainability sectors.

Educational Background

B.S. in Industrial Engineering – Cullen College of Engineering, University of Houston
M.S. and Ph.D. in Computational Finance – Rice University

I’m passionate about creating accessible, effective, and tailored energy solutions. I’m also a strong believer that simplicity is key to wider adoption. Currently, both conventional and renewable energy procurement strategies remain complex, and at times, risky. I joined Edison Energy because our mission is to empower our clients by helping them to understand and navigate their options, as well as ensure that our tailored solutions meet their sustainability, financial, and strategic goals.
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