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Valerie Choy holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering (2nd Upper Honours) with a minor in Technopreneurship from the National University of Singapore. Prior to joining ESI, Valerie worked as a Technology Investment Analyst at NanoHoldings LLC, a venture capital firm specializing in new energy technologies, based in Norwalk, Connecticut where she monitored the progress of 2 NanoHoldings portfolio companies, developed business plans and identified new investment opportunities. During her undergraduate years, Valerie interned for a year at NanoGram Corporation, based in Milpitas, where her research led her to be credited as the first inventor of a US patent application for composite pigment nano-particles developed for the printing industry. Her current work at ESI primarily focuses on feasibility studies of micro-grid deployment in Southeast Asia and DC networks transformation in commercial buildings.