Saeed KaddouraSenior Analyst

Saeed Kaddoura is a senior analyst with the Pembina Institute's electricity program. He holds a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering, and two master's degrees in mechanical engineering, and water and environmental engineering. His diverse knowledge and experiences create the foundation for his transdisciplinary research approach.

Saeed works on different facets of the clean energy transition including green jobs modelling, just transition, corporate renewables procurement, and depolarizing conversations around climate change. He has experience in innovative renewable energy and energy efficiency financing mechanisms such as: virtual power purchase agreements, property assessed clean energy (PACE), renewable energy credits (RECs), and the carbon tax. In 2018 he was named as one of Corporate Knights’ Top 30 Under 30 Leaders in Sustainability.

Saeed is passionate about travelling in search of food related experiences, and exploring the relationship between cultural identity and cuisine.


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Saeed Kaddoura's Recent Publications

Climate Policy Leadership in Ontario The Pembina Institute’s recommendations to future leaders

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Ontario’s electoral candidates have many options for policy change and incentives to pursue as they build their party platforms and consider how they will lead Ontario for the next four years.

Canada's forthcoming Clean Fuel Regulations How to reduce GHG emissions, sell credits and support new low-carbon fuel infrastructure projects

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April 12, 2022 - By Saeed Kaddoura, Bora Plumptre
Confused about the Clean Fuel Standard mentioned in the ERP? This legislation is being written. Here's a primer on how it could work to drive down emissions and help solve the climate crisis. It outlines how fleet operators and utilities can use lower-carbon fuels, such as hydrogen and electricity, to earn credits that can be sold.

Cargo e-bikes for urban deliveries Regulatory approaches and standards

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Dec. 17, 2021 - By Mark Stout, Saeed Kaddoura

Electric-powered cargo bikes are a valuable solution to reduce greenhouses gases and mitigate climate change in urban freight delivery. However, they require new policies, bylaws, and infrastructure to support their use and implementation. This report  identifies the specifications and features of commonly used cargo e-bikes; reviews and analyzes regulatory approaches and frameworks employed by jurisdictions across North America and Europe; and reviews input from stakeholders.

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Taking Charge How Ontario can create jobs and benefits in the electric vehicle economy

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Aug. 26, 2021 - By Cedric Smith, Saeed Kaddoura, Morrigan Simpson-Marran

Ontario is well positioned to capitalize on the economic growth potential in electric vehicle development and production. In this report, we present the economic and job creation potential of accelerating electrification in Ontario’s light-duty vehicle market, from manufacturing to maintenance to the development and installation of charging infrastructure.

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Building healthy cities in the doorstep-delivery era Sustainable urban freight solutions from around the world

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June 17, 2021 - By Carolyn Kim, Saeed Kaddoura

With increasing demand for e-commerce delivery, we will see more vehicles on the road and a rise in emissions and traffic congestion. The good news is that there are effective ways to mitigate the impacts of urban freight. This report highlights solutions for cities, such as microhubs, electric delivery vehicles, and low-emission zones.

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