Amin Asadollahi is a Senior Associate, based in Ottawa.
Prior to joining IISD, he worked as the oil sands program director at the Pembina Institute and held senior advisory positions at the federal departments of Natural Resources and Environment and Climate Change.
Amin has a wealth of knowledge and experience in sustainable resource development, clean energy and trade policy, and has provided advice to governments, energy sector clients and non-governmental organizations. He has worked on energy and environmental policies, contributed to the design and delivery of federal funding programs valued at over a billion dollars, and facilitated multistakeholder and cross-juristictional discussions.
Amin holds a Master of Arts degree in public policy and public administration from Concordia University and an honours baccalaureate in political science from the University of Ottawa.
- Cities and Smart Grids in CanadaThis report looks specifically at smart grids within the context of grid modernization and urban settings in Canada.
- North American Energy Integration: Assessing oil and gas policy issues ahead of NAFTA renegotiationMexico, Canada and the United States stand to benefit from increasing energy sector interconnectedness and coordination. What key environmental and fiscal policy areas related to oil and gas development provide opportunities for further harmonization?