Wan Nadia Kamarudin is a Head of Mobility Solution Department (in charge for low carbon mobility policy related studies) at Low Carbon Mobility Division, Malaysian Green Technology Corporation, graduated from National University of Malaysia with Bachelor on Nuclear Science and a certified professional trainer. She started her career in 2001 with Pusat Tenaga Malaysia until the transformation of the company and currently known as Malaysian Green Technology Corporation. She is currently responsible in the development of Low Carbon Mobility Blueprint and Action Plan and its sub-component Electric Vehicle Roadmap, funded by GEF5-UNIDO under the Energy-Efficient Low-Carbon Transport project and supported by the Ministry of Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change (MESTECC). Her role is mainly on the assessment of the impacts of the blueprint to the total primary energy supply, environment and economy which could support policy and action plan development for low carbon mobility options in the land transport sector as well as Electric Vehicle ecosystem and industry value chain.
Prior to that, she was responsible to facilitate the implementation of Green Technology Master Plan with specialization on transportation sector, Government Green Procurement and contributing expertise for the Advanced Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP) Project. Her diverse expertise areas include Low Carbon Mobility, Green Technology Master Plan, Regulatory Framework, Sustainable Consumption and Production, Green products and services verification, Quantification of GGP impacts to the environment (Carbon emissions avoidance) and economy (lifecycle costing).
· Moving mobility to the low carbon mode through the Electric Vehicle Roadmap
· Private mobility versus mass mobility – do high-density urban cities really need more private vehicles?
· Incentivising first and last-mile connections to improve the productivity of mass transit