Aradhana is an Associate in the Carbon-Free Mobility team where she supports analytical decision-making on transportation electrification and sustainable mobility strategies using a data-centric approach.
Aradhana comes from a background in quantitative analysis and its applications in clean energy and climate policy. Prior to joining RMI, she worked on techno-economic analysis to help develop a clean power procurement strategy for the City of Pittsburgh. As part of her MS, she studied the energy use of autonomous delivery vehicles and analyzed the effect of rising atmospheric temperatures on aircraft carrying capacity. Aradhana also previously worked on assessing electricity and energy storage markets in Pune, India.
M.S., Civil and Environmental Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University
B.Tech., Environmental Engineering, Delhi Technological University