Amaiya brings a rigorous approach to research with a focus on clean mobility, modelling and analytics. He is responsible for conducting analysis on the electric vehicle charging market in North America. He supports research on the competitive market landscape and business models while maintaining relationships with EV charging infrastructure developers, aggregators, utilities, the public sector and other e-mobility stakeholders. Amaiya is passionate about leveraging data to drive decision making around the world’s transition to sustainable solutions.
Prior to joining Wood Mackenzie, Amaiya worked at Dunsky Energy + Climate Advisors, where he supported public and private sector clients transition to clean mobility. He developed strategies for transport decarbonization and fleet electrification roadmaps, and modelled EV load growth in utility service territories.
Amaiya holds a master’s in mechanical engineering from The University of British Columbia, where his thesis focused on modelling bi-directional charging infrastructure for demand-side management in large urban centers.
MASc, Mechanical Engineering, The University of British Columbia, Canada
BE, Mechanical Engineering, University of Mumbai, India