Emily He is an analyst with the renewables in remote communities program at the Pembina Institute. Her work focuses on developing a framework that more accurately compares diesel energy systems (and all associated costs) with renewable energy technologies specific to the remote community setting.

With a background in engineering consulting, Emily has contributed to renewable energy projects in over 25 countries, several of which being located in remote and northern climates. Her expertise ranges from performing prefeasibility studies to due diligence assessments for stand-alone and hybrid power systems (primarily solar PV, wind, waste-to-energy, and batteries).

Emily holds a bachelor’s degree in environmental engineering from the University of Waterloo, where she led a study on the joint implementation of renewable energy and energy efficiency systems to the existing infrastructure in Ulukhaktok, NWT. Outside of the office you can find Emily hiking, creating visual art, experiencing live music, and getting through her to-read list.


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