Anup Bandivadekar

Anup Bandivadekar
Program Director / Regional Lead
Dr. Bandivadekar’s interests are focused around developing frameworks and methods to foster innovative solutions towards achieving a more sustainable energy and transportation system. At the ICCT, his work is aimed at reducing air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions from passenger vehicles globally. Previously, he was a postdoctoral fellow in the Sloan Automotive Laboratory at MIT, where he evaluated vehicle and fuel technologies that can significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions and petroleum consumption from the U.S. light-duty fleet over the next thirty years. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree from University of Mumbai and a Master of Science Degree from Michigan Technological University as well as a Master of Science in Technology and Policy and a Ph.D. in Engineering Systems from MIT.
anup@theicct.org
Office: San Francisco, CA
Started w/ ICCT: 
2008
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