Member since: 2020
Mr. Carnevale is the Chief Executive Officer of Alkaline Fuel Cell Power Corp. ("AFCP") (NEO:PWWR OTCQB:ALKFF). AFCP is a diversified investment platform developing affordable, renewable, and reliable energy assets and cleantech. AFCP brings ‘Power to the People’ today, combining a stable revenue stream with a future- forward vision to commercialize its advanced hydrogen fuel cell technology to meet the massive global market need, and ultimately generate compelling returns for investors.
Recently, he served as the Chief Growth Officer, and prior, Chief Operating Officer of Universal PropTech Inc., (TSXV:UPI), a leading investment platform in PropTech innovation, integration and ongoing services for building developers, owners and operators in Canada.
Mr. Carnevale was the Founder, President and Chief Executive Officer of Bridgepoint Group Ltd., established in 1998, a boutique consulting, advisory and merchant banking firm focused on business development strategies and execution of sustainability, energy and infrastructure solutions.
Mr. Carnevale was also Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Impact Investment Partners Inc. Its first investment, energyX Solutions Inc., was awarded two MIT Climate Colab Challenge Awards.
Over the past two decades, Mr. Carnevale has originated over $2.5 billion in energy transactions.
Mr. Carnevale served as an Executive Board Member of Energy Council of Canada from 2017-2019. He also served as former member of Canadian Energy Efficiency Alliance, QUEST (Quality Urban Energy Systems of Tomorrow) and served as Chair of the Community Development Working Group. Previously, he also served as a member of the Council for Clean & Reliable Electricity, the Board of Directors of the Ontario Energy Association, and the Board of Directors of Rethink Sustainability Initiatives (RSI).
In 2017, Mr. Carnevale and Bridgepoint were named Canadian GameChanger of the Year by ACQ5 Magazine through their ACQ Awards.
Mr. Carnevale is a trusted advisor to public sector leaders, and continues to develop successful public private partnerships. Mr. Carnevale has guest lectured at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology and University of Toronto on public private partnerships and ethics. He has been published in infrastructure, energy and municipal publications, some of which have included his perspective on the virtues of public private partnerships and industry trends.
Mr. Carnevale graduated from York University with a BA degree in Political Science. He, his wife and two boys reside in Toronto, Canada.