Dylan Heerema

Dylan is a member of the Pembina Institute’s remote communities team, conducting research, engaging with stakeholders, and advancing policy supporting diesel reduction, energy efficiency and clean electrification. Dylan’s technical expertise ranges from building science to renewable and thermal energy systems. At the Institute, he has been involved with the development of B.C.’s Energy Step Code, advising governments and communities on energy efficiency and renewable energy, and participating in utility resource planning and demand-side management bodies.

Prior to joining the institute, Dylan worked as an electrical engineer in B.C.'s power industry, contributing to feasibility studies, regulatory proceedings and resource plans. Dylan holds a master’s degree in clean energy engineering from the University of British Columbia where he undertook research on energy efficient housing for remote Indigenous communities.


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