Dhruv supports data analysis, research, and solution development throughout client engagements at Coho, an ERM company.
He started his career in a petroleum refinery, where he witnessed firsthand the environmental injustices inflicted upon marginalized communities. He left his job, and soon started working on several renewable projects, including green hydrogen, advising the Government of India. Since then, he has worked across several sustainability thematic areas, including decarbonization technologies, corporate sustainability, and international climate policy.
His work portfolio includes an energy access project in rural Ethiopia, where he evaluated the impacts of solar mini-grids on agricultural and community resilience. He has also worked on clean cooking fuels initiatives in India, promoting cleaner, more sustainable cooking practices in the country. He has also participated in United Nations Climate Change Conferences (COP26 and COP27), where he supported under-funded parties and non-governmental organizations to navigate the complex technical negotiations. In 2022, Dhruv received the Environmental Defense Fund’s (EDF) Climate Corps Fellowship, through which he worked with Amazon.com to develop its decarbonization strategy.
Dhruv holds a master’s degree in environmental management from Duke University, USA, and a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Institute of Chemical Technology, India.