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Dunsky is thrilled to welcome Blake Oliver to our team of clean energy and climate experts.

Blake has a rich background working at the nexus of climate and economic policy. With experience advising senior cabinet ministers – including the Ministers of Finance, of Natural Resources and of Transportation – she brings unique insights and expertise on the economic, regulatory and policy considerations impacting the transition to net-zero.

Blake will support our clients on a wide range of projects, including advising them on effective policy and program approaches, as well as public engagement strategies, to achieve their decarbonization goals while maintaining economic prosperity.

Accelerating Leadership in Clean Energy and Climate

“Our clients – governments of all stripes, utilities, corporations and others – are pivotal actors in the energy transition. Blake’s first-hand knowledge of the legislative process, as well as her experience supporting critical files that seek to achieve climate and energy objectives while boosting economic competitiveness offer our clients a valuable perspective and further strengthens our team of leading strategists and technologists,” said Philippe Dunsky, President of Dunsky Energy + Climate Advisors.

Blake is known for clear communications, excellent stakeholder management and building meaningful relationships. Prior to her time in government, she worked as a consultant for a leading government relations and public affairs agency.

About Dunsky Energy + Climate Advisors

Dunsky supports leading governments, utilities, corporations and others across North America in their efforts to accelerate the clean energy transition, effectively and responsibly. With offices across Canada and deep expertise across the Buildings, Mobility, Industry and Energy supply sectors, our team of nearly 60 professionals supports clients in two ways: through rigorous Analysis (of technical, economic and market opportunities) and by designing or assessing leading Strategies (plans, programs and policies).

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