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phil giudice board member & former ceo, ambri

Phil has 40 years' experience in the energy industry as a geologist, consultant, entrepreneur, executive, board director and state official.

Phil has served as Board Director at Ambri since 2011 and in addition served as Ambri’s CEO and President from 2011 to 2018.  Ambri is commercializing Liquid Metal Batteries for the electric grid to enable reducing electricity cost, increasing reliability and incorporating unlimited intermittent renewable resources.   Ambri’s technology was invented at MIT with support from US DOE’s ARPAe program.  

Previously, Phil served the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as Undersecretary of Energy and as Commissioner of the Department of Energy Resources, the state agency with primary responsibility for fulfilling Governor Deval Patrick's vision for a clean energy future.  Phil also served as Chair Massachusetts Renewable Energy Trust, Vice Chair and Treasurer Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, Board Chair National Association State Energy Officials as well as on US Department of Energy’s State Energy Advisory Board, Energy Efficiency and Renewables Advisory Committee and State Energy Efficiency Action Network. 

His prior work includes board member and executive at EnerNOC, senior partner and energy utilities global practice leader at Mercer Management Consulting and geologist at Freeport McMoRan and Chevron.

In addition, he is a board member for the Northeast Clean Energy Council, PRIME Coalition and Clean Air Task Force.  He is also an advisory board member for the Union of Concerned Scientists.

Phil is a geologist (B.S. from University of New Hampshire and M.S. in Economic Geology from the University of Arizona) and a management professional (M.B.A. from Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College.