About Us

amitDr. Amit Mor 

Amit Mor, an energy specialist, is the CEO of Eco Energy Ltd. He earned his Ph.D. in Energy, Environmental and Mineral Economics at the Pennsylvania State University. The topic of his dissertation was “Natural Gas Projects in the Developing World: an Empirical Evaluation of Merits, Obstacles and Risks”. He studied for his M.A. and B.A. in Economics, Finance and Psychology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

During the past 18 years, Dr. Mor served as a consultant to governments, financial organizations, public and private companies in Israel and abroad in the fields of petroleum, natural gas, power, infrastructure, and the environment.

During the 1990’s he worked for eight years as a Consultant at the World Bank in Washington D.C. and specialized in the finance of energy, natural gas, power and petroleum projects, as well as in reform planning of energy and environmental policies of developing countries.  During the 1980s he served as an Assistant to the Israeli Minister of Energy and Infrastructure and as a Chief Economist in the Economic Planning Authority in the Ministry of Economic Planning in Israel.

shimonMr. Shimon Seroussi

Shimon Seroussi is a graduate of the Tel Aviv University, where he earned a Master’s degree in economics and a B.A. in statistics.  He developed specialization in project finance and investment management including economic consulting to projects and businesses, and preparation of business plans and company valuations.

For more than 20 years Mr. Seroussi served in managerial positions in the Bank of Israel and in the Israel Securities Authority.  In these frameworks he worked closely with the banks and with the Ministry of Finance and conducted supervision on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange and on prospectus and financial reporting of enterprises that issued securities to the public.

During the past decade he was a member and coordinator of several public committees that dealt with reform, privatization and structural changes in the electricity, petroleum, water and telecommunications sectors in Israel.

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