Hiroshi Tomita

Hiroshi Tomita

Director, PwC Advisory LLC


Project finance and carbon finance

Energy, Utility and Resources

Summary of expertise

Between 1997 and 2008, Hiroshi Tomita held a position at the Inter-American Development Bank's Private Sector Department and the Japan Bank for International Cooperation in charge of power projects and LNG projects in far-east Russia, Asia-Pacific region and Latin American countries. After 2008, he had been engaged in environmental and power projects, focusing on climate change / carbon finance, at BNP Paribas / Fortis Bank.

Since 2012, Hiroshi has worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers Co., Ltd. (now PwC Advisory LLC). He supports the Japanese firms from the research of global market, strategy formulation and business / project development overseas. He is also leading the firms practice related to Japanese power and gas market reform.


  • MBA (IESE Business School)


  • U.S. Infrastructure Investment Seminar, "Pathways for Japanese entities to Participate in the U.S. Infrastructure Sector" (April 26, 2017, Japan Institute for Overseas Investment)
  • "Investments in Latin American Market from the Perspective of Consultant Companies" (July 21, 2015, Japan Association of Latin America and the Caribbean (JALAC))
  • "Future Vision of the World in Renewable Energy and Japan" (Eco-Products 2013 December 13, 2013)


  • "Fundamentals of Japanese Carbon Market" (in English) (the "Greenhouse Gas Market 2010" IETA May 2010)
  • "The Emissions Trading Market - Current Situation of Japan and the European Trading Markets in Continuing Evolution" (Private-Sector Investment Finance, Private-Sector Investment Finance Information Foundation, May 2010)
  • "EU-ETS, Emission Trading laboratory" (Securities Analysts Journal, February 2009)

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