Sai Sri Harsha Pallerlamudi

Senior Associate
  • India

Harsha is a Senior Associate with RMI India. He works on sectors such as power and low carbon buildings with a focus on building cost-effective decarbonisation solutions for the electricity and built environment sectors in India.


Harsha graduated from a European double degree dual university master’s program in Sustainable Energy Systems. As a part of his master’s, he has worked with multiple stakeholders in the sustainability sector in Sweden, the Netherlands and Brazil. He has conducted techno-economic analyses of renewable energy technologies and worked on project themes related to energy flexibility, energy systems modelling, circular economy, energy-water-food nexus and life cycle analysis.

Prior to his master’s, Harsha worked at Larsen & Toubro as a mechanical engineer in the manufacturing industry building hydraulic cylinders for wind turbines, defence equipment, industrial machinery and construction equipment.

He is keen to contribute towards the society’s larger good by developing sustainable solutions through advanced technologies.


M.Sc., Sustainable Energy Technology, Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven
M.Sc., Sustainable Energy Systems, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm
Integrated Entrepreneurship Program, ESADE Business School, Barcelona
B.Tech., Mechanical Engineering, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Bengaluru


New Delhi, India

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In India’s fight against climate change, the buildings sector provides huge opportunities for emissions reductions. Progressive and forward-looking real estate players are increasingly backing the move towards net zero with ambitious sustainability commitments. As companies set voluntary targets for reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, the use of science-based targets is…

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