Haneea Isaad is an energy finance analyst at IEEFA. Based in Pakistan, she covers Asian energy markets with a focus on Southeast Asia and Pakistan.
Haneea has been actively engaged with the energy transition underway in Pakistan. Her past work has actively focused on highlighting the socio-economic impacts of coal power development in Pakistan, while making an economic case for variable renewable energy such as solar and wind based power systems.
She holds a Master’s in environmental management from the Yale School of the Environment, with a specialization in Energy Economics and Policy Analysis.
Languages: English, Urdu, Punjabi
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Fact Sheet: Pakistan’s vast hydropower pipeline at risk of not being materialized
To build or not to build: Keeping Pakistan’s hydropower reliance in check
Finding the right way forward in Pakistan’s energy crisis
Rising LNG dependence in Pakistan is a recipe for high costs, financial instability, and energy insecurity
LNG in Pakistan is not cheap, reliable, or clean: Debunking common myths about LNG in Pakistan
PMLN’s new government faces an unenviable task of managing Pakistan’s energy crisis
IEEFA Pakistan: Gwadar needs better electricity supply but coal-fired power is looking increasingly unviable
IEEFA: PM Imran Khan’s ill-timed visit to Russia highlights the risks of Pakistan’s LNG investment
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IEEFA: Turmoil in global LNG markets is curbing long-term demand growth
IEEFA: Pakistan’s hydropower projects could benefit from timely reassessment due to energy security and financial risks
Pakistan’s dependence on imported LNG exacerbates energy insecurity and financial instability
IEEFA: Coal lock-in in Southeast Asia presents a challenge for the Asian Development Bank’s coal retirement plan