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Valerio Micale


Regional Expertise
Subject Expertise
  • risk management
  • renewable energy finance
  • energy efficiency
  • climate finance
  • energy finance
  • carbon markets
  • financial modeling

Valerio Micale


Valerio Micale is a manager in CPI’s climate finance workstream, with a focus on green investment, risk analysis, and financial modelling. His recent work has included developing the methodology for evaluating the transformational impact of innovative financial instruments within the Global Innovation Lab for Climate Finance. He has also coordinated and assessed an energy efficiency instrument under The Lab, and managed a research project for the Climate Investment Funds (CIFs) that looked at the effectiveness of public finance in fostering geothermal deployment in developing countries.

Prior to joining CPI, Valerio was a researcher at Bocconi University, where he worked on projects related to sustainability and corporate environmental accountability. In 2008, Valerio was employed at First Climate Zurich, where he was involved in risk management of carbon assets.

Valerio is a graduate in Business Economics (MSc) and holds a Master’s degree in Environmental Management and Economics from Bocconi University in Milan.