Colorado recently became the second US state to overhaul and tighten gas flaring and venting rules, joining Alaska in prohibiting routine flaring and venting. This means that companies can only legally flare and vent gas during upset conditions and not for longer than 24 hours. Other states are expected…
Ebun is a Senior Associate on RMI’s Climate Intelligence Program leading the development of the Climate Action Engine—a data analytics platform that integrates emissions data, satellite, and other remote sensing data as well as asset level data to produce actionable insights that improve carbon transparency and accountability, further enabling emission mitigation in the oil and gas sector.
Prior to joining the Climate Intelligence Program, she was part RMI’s Africa Energy program, where she supported rural electrification strategies to provide affordable, reliable, and clean energy access in sub-Saharan Africa through techno-economic modeling of mini-grid systems, market research and project implementation. She has also worked with mining companies supporting efforts to transition to low-carbon energy alternatives by conducting quantitative analysis of renewable systems.
Before joining RMI, she worked with the energy efficiency team at Eversource Energy to identify energy savings opportunities and support strategies to reduce building energy loads. She received a Master’s degree in Energy Systems from Northeastern University which focused on the integration of energy systems design, financial planning and policy implementation.
Education & Awards
- MS, Energy Systems – Northeastern University
- MS, Chemical Engineering University at Buffalo – The State University of New York
- BS, Chemical Engineering – University at Buffalo, The State University of New York