EMRG graduates are in demand for key positions in government agencies, utilities, consulting companies, non-government organizations and some have remained as full-time research associates at EMRG. Graduates of the last 10 years have found employment in the following ways:
Alison Bailie - Tellus Institute, Boston. Research Associate. Sustainable energy policy modelling.
Trent Berry - Principal, Compass Resource Management, Vancouver. Consulting company specializing in helping clients with decision analysis for sustainable development.
Kristann Boudreau - Corporate Environment, BC Hydro. Corporate greenhouse gas policies and projects.
Erik Brandsma - United Nations. New York. Sustainability analysis.
Lee Failing - Principal, Compass Resource Management, Vancouver. Consulting company specializing in helping clients with decision analysis for sustainable development.
Allan Fogwill -Union Gas, Toronto. Manager of energy efficiency programs.
Jim Fraser - B.C. Utilities Commission. Manager of Strategic Services Group, including Integrated Resource Planning.
Hao Liu - Agra Monenco consultants, Calgary. Energy resource analysis and planning.
Dean Luciuk - PowerEx, BC Hydro. Optimizing electricity trade benefits.
Timo Makinen - BC Research Inc. Head of the Energy and Environmental Initiatives Group.
Rose Murphy - EMRG research associate. Modelling sustainable transportation policies.
Mallika Nanduri - Natural Resources Canada. Office of Energy Efficiency. Ottawa
John Nyboer - EMRG research associate. Executive director of CIEEDAC. Director of sustainable model development and application.
Andrew Pape - Pembina Institute. Vancouver. Renewable energy policy and analysis. Greenhouse gas policy.
Bryn Sadownik - EMRG research associate. Community energy management. Sustainable policy modelling.
Catherine Strickland - Private consultant. Vancouver. Sustainable energy analysis.
Amy Taylor - Pembina Institute. Calgary. Environmental tax shift and measures of sustainable economic welfare.