Dr. Baha M. Al-Alawi

Lead Project Manager Market & Industry Analysis

bal-alawi@calstart.org

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Besides working as a research scientist and a consultant in CSU’s Energy Institute, where he developed advanced technology and cost models for the DOE, research institutes, startup companies, and utilities, he has for the last several years leading and managing advanced energy and transportation decision making models and process for Saudi Aramco Oil Company to help the company understand the potential impacts and introduction rates of advanced and alternative fuel technologies. He supported Oil to Hydrogen project and developed decision-making tools to support Aramco multi-billion investment strategy. He started his career in clean energy sector as Natural Gas Process Control Systems technician working at different Gas Plants across Saudi Arabia. The main goal of his work is to provide companies and policymakers with insights and decision support tools that can help identify the challenges, opportunities, and solutions associated with moving toward sustainable energy and sustainable business practices.

Baha holds a Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research; Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering; Master’s degree in Systems Engineering; Bachelor’s in Electrical Engineering; all from Colorado State University. He developed models and has published articles and reviews on light/heavy duty vehicles cost of advanced technologies ownership, market penetration rate, US CAFE regulation, Saudi KAFE regulation and decision support systems. Al-Alawi was an associate editor at Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews Journal (2013-2018). He has more than 20 years of experience in technical fields, academia, research, engineering, project management and collaboration with global and cross-functional teams.