Our goal at Navius is to inform your decisions about energy and the environment. We provide:
Quantitative modeling: We specialize in modeling the effect of climate and energy policy on the economy and environment.
Impartial analysis: Using modeling as a tool, we offer impartial insight into how policies can be designed to achieve different objectives.
Clear insight: The best analysis is only useful if it is properly understood. We distill complex results into clear insights.
Jotham PetersSenior Partner
Managing partner and primary model developer at Navius, with experience advising governments and organizations about energy and climate policy since 2006.
Lead techno-economic modeller for Navius Research since 2008, responsible for designing and executing energy and climate policy forecasting analyses using several quantitative models.
Consultant and published researcher providing insights to governments and other clients about the impact of energy and climate policies since 2008.
Brianne RiehlCommunications Manager
Climate and energy policy researcher and advisor since 2015, responsible for translating Navius’ complex modeling results into real-world insights.
Barbar MoawadSenior Analyst
Barbar has over 5 years of experience in energy systems and climate solutions. His research focuses on climate policy and assessing the potential of clean energy technologies.
Brett ZuehlkeSystems Manager
Brett comes to Navius with a background in environmental sciences and a diverse set of skills including statistical modelling and spatial analysis.
Mikela HeinSenior Analyst
Mikela joins Navius after the completion of her Masters Degree. Having spent the last few years studying Resource and Environmental Management at Simon Fraser University, she is excited to continue her work in the field of climate policy and energy-economy modeling.
Franziska joins Navius with a diverse background in energy-economy modeling, policy analysis, earth system studies, and spatial research methods.
Aurora has a background in environmental economics, climate change, environmental policy, spatial analysis, and econometrics. She also has experience as a research assistant at the University of British Columbia.