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Poushali Maji

Postdoctoral Associate, IDSS

Poushali is a Postdoctoral Associate at IDSS and works at the intersection of three major energy challenges facing emerging economies – clean energy access, air pollution and climate action. Her research focuses on using energy systems models to inform policy decisions, at both national and regional scales, that can simultaneously address multiple energy issues in an integrated manner. Poushali received her Ph.D. from the University of British Columbia, and before that an M.Sc. (Sustainable Energy) from the University of Edinburgh and B.Sc. (Physics) from St. Stephen’s College (University of Delhi). In the past, she worked with the City of Vancouver, WWF’s Climate Change & Energy programme and as a wind energy consultant.


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