Philippe Dunsky has over twenty years of experience advising clients in the fields of energy efficiency, renewable energy, and sustainable energy policies. His clients span Canada and the US, and include federal, provincial, state, and local governments; leading electric and gas utilities throughout the continent; non-profit groups and associations; large energy consumers; and energy solution innovators. He has also served on numerous policy commissions and blue-ribbon panels, and brings to his work a passion for bridging the gap between economic growth and environmental sustainability. Philippe studied economics with the University of London (UK).
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