Vsevolod Gavrilov — Director, Department of Ecology and Energy Efficiency, Sberbank
Educated at Moscow State University, mathematics, PhD.
V.Gavrilov from 1985 to 1992 worked at Geological Department of Moscow State University for mathematical modeling of oil and gas exploration.
At 1992-2000 years had worked at State Committee of Russian Federation for environmental protection as Head of Department of Research and Development focusing on issues of environmental monitoring and environmental tax reform.
Since 2000 to 2008 was employed on the Ministry of economical development and trade of Russian Federation as Head of Department of Natural Resources Use end Environmental Protection.
V. Gavrilov was in charge for Production Sharing Agreement of oil and gad exploration and production (PSA), development and Sate Parliament approval for new versions of Water and Forestry Codes of Russian Federation, Kyoto Protocol ratification and implementation on Russian Federation, Russian tax reform for oil production.
Since 2007 was involved for development reform of state regulations for energy efficiency and energy saving, was the team leader to prepare the draft of Federal Law of Energy Saving and improving Energy Efficiency at Russian Federation.
Since 2008 year V/ Gavrilov is working at Sberbank Russia ( Saving bank of Russian Federation ) on position of Head of Department for Energy Efficiency and Natural Resources Use Projects.
This Department is developing financial instruments of energy saving performance contracting for corporate (industrial) sector and for municipal (budgetary) organizations. Department also cooperate with regional and municipal authorities for development and implementation regional and municipal programs for energy efficiency and energy saving.
According Russian Governmental decisions the Department is managing operation with Russian carbon units under Kyoto protocol by the privat-public partnership base ( PPP).
V. Gavrilov includes into Presidential and Governmental working groups for improving investment climate, infrastructural and municipal service investment.