Prapti Mittal serves as a principal in Terawatt Ventures, a Boston Area venture capital firm investing in energy technologies that seek companies deploying technologies that make the production or consumption of energy, water and other critical resources more efficient, profitable, or sustainable. She is a graduate of Harvard Business School. Prior to graduating from Harvard she served as a Global Environment Fund Investment Associate with the Global Environment Fund in Mumbai Area, India where she performed due-diligence, led valuation analysis, and participated in term sheet negotiations for $10MM growth capital infusion in a $300MM energy efficiency company. She evaluated Water and Waste Water Sector investment opportunities in India; developed proprietary investment thesis; identified potential pipeline targets; led discussions to obtain Investment Committee buy-in. Prior to that, she worked at Hara Software, Inc. in San Francisco Bay Area. Prapti conducted due-diligence for a $100MM strategic partnership with leading Japanese technology firm, and designed an operating model for partnership. She also has experience at the World Bank at a Program Implementation Advisor, in the Water and Sanitation Program where she facilitated $5 MM private sector investment for construction of 10 rural sanitation marts. Prior to the World Bank, she worked at URS Corporation as an Environmental Engineer. Prapti's other degrees are a an M.S, Civil and Environmental Engineering from UC Berkeley and a BS in Civil Engineering from Punjab Engineering College in India.
Energy; Environment; Regulatory Affairs; Venture Capital
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