Ana Maria Carreño
Ana Maria Carreño joined CLASP in 2011. She currently manages regional and national programs that span from Southeast Asia to the Caribbean countries and focus on improving energy performance of cooling and other high-impact products. She works closely with a network of international partners and policymakers to implement energy efficiency policies worldwide. She is an experienced program manager with a strong technical background in environmental policy evaluation.
Some of her work at CLASP includes the development of a regional policy roadmap to facilitate harmonization of minimum energy performance standards for room air conditioners in ASEAN and co-authoring the United for Efficiency (U4E) Policy Guide Accelerating the Global Adoption of Energy-Efficient and Climate Friendly Air Conditioners.
Member of the Global Panel on Access to Cooling