Neha focuses on analysing energy finance models for India and energy efficient transportation. Prior to joining AEEE, Neha worked with the World Resources Institute’s EMBARQ initiative in Washington DC where she worked on strategy and analysis for amplifying the role of cities and transportation at COP21, municipal finance and transport focused climate actions in INDCs. She has also worked in public transport planning and implementation, specifically with IoT systems and transit analytics at the Virginia Department of Transportation in Washington DC. She has also conducted research projects with Australian local governments and eco city think tanks in China. Neha holds a Masters of Sciences in Human-Environment Relations and Policy Analysis from Cornell University, New York, U.S.A., which she completed as a TATA Scholar in 2015.