As a member of the Piikani Nation (Blackfoot Confederacy, Treaty 7) in Southern Alberta, Jessica is committed to supporting Indigenous communities to have affordable, clean, and reliable energy, and for all communities to have sustainable energy infrastructure systems. Jessica is a dual discipline (electrical and mechanical) engineer with a pure passion for renewable energy, and community-based energy planning and solutions. She is a subject matter expert in feasibility and energy modeling for renewable energy systems design and delivery.
Jessica has experience working with various project stakeholders to analyze operational, economic, and environmental aspects of community energy projects. Jessica understands the importance of working with the community to seek out and articulate their needs, priorities and goals for renewable energy planning and equipping decision makers with the right information and metrics to make strategic decisions.