Alison’s values of promoting social and environmental well-being, combined with enjoying math, led her to energy modeling and climate policy. Her analyses span hydrogen opportunities, planning for electric vehicle charging, Alberta’s industrial climate policies, production tax credits in the United States, Canada’s Clean Fuel Regulations and more. She has assessed climate policy and technology options for national, provincial and state governments, cities, and companies while working for both the public and private sectors and for nonprofit organizations.
Alison has a Masters of Natural Resource Management from Simon Fraser University and a Bachelor of Mathematics from the University of Waterloo. She lives in Edmonton, Alberta and enjoys winter adventures.