Muhammad Zeki is an Analyst at CPI’s Jakarta office. At CPI, his work primarily focuses on renewable energy finance and energy policy research.
Prior to joining CPI, Zeki worked as a Business Development Engineer at PT Pupuk Indonesia Energi, focusing on investment holdings of Pupuk Indonesia in cogeneration facilities, renewable energy plant development, and energy business clustering. At PT Pupuk, he also worked towards facilitating different energy company acquisition projects and conducted techno-economical study on energy portfolio diversification in waste-to-energy and coal gasification. Zeki holds a MSc in Stratégies Énergétiques from École des Mines de Paris, France.