Tetra Tech’s International Energy Services team helps developing countries access reliable, sustainable supplies of energy and electricity that are necessary for economic growth and to ensure long-term investment, employment, and security.

Nilmini Rubin, vice president for international development at Tetra Tech, shares her thoughts on recent events and policy changes to help our clients address the complex challenges of improving infrastructure, expanding access to reliable energy, promoting public and private investment in clean energy, and addressing climate change. In her previous role as a senior advisor to the U.S. House Committee on Foreign Affairs, she championed the passage of the Electrify Africa Act, the Digital GAP Act, and the African Growth and Opportunity Act. All opinions expressed in blog posts are the author’s own.

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