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Peter Lamb

Peter Lamb, JD

Research Fellow

Program on Energy and Sustainable Development
Stanford University
Encina Hall East, Rm. 420
Stanford, CA 94305-6055

(650) 464-3791 (voice)
(650) 724-1717 (fax)

Research Interests

Energy law and policy, with an emphasis on market reform in developing countries and the future role of independent power producers


Peter Lamb is a graduate of Stanford Law School and a Research Fellow with the Program on Energy and Sustainable Development. His current research focuses on energy infrastructure investment in developing countries.

Mr. Lamb earned a Bachelor's degree (with Honors) from the University of Pennsylvania (Intellectual History). Prior to coming to Stanford in 2002, Mr. Lamb was an associate with the venture capital firm Arcadia Partners. He also worked for two years with the law firm Hunton & Williams in Asia, where he was involved in electricity sector privatization, mergers and acquisitions, and representation of Independent Power Producers in the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, and Laos. Other work experience includes a summer associateship with White & Case in Singapore and Palo Alto, where Mr. Lamb worked on project finance transactions, acquisitions and general corporate matters.