University of Manchester
Abhilasha Fullonton is a Research Associate at Tyndall Manchester and is currently working on the UKERC project on exploring the barriers and opportunities of sustainable fuels in the freight and aviation sector. Prior to joining the Tyndall team, Abhilasha held a senior analyst role at a sustainability consulting firm working in both Asian and North American regions. Her primary role as an Sr. analyst was to track legislation, demand & supply of carbon allowances and assess the effectiveness of North American carbon markets e.g. the cap-and-trade program and Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) program. In India, her focus lied in evaluating national level policies surrounding transportation sector like National Clean Air Program, Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Hybrid and Electric Vehicles (FAME) scheme and Bharat Stage emission norms. Prior to working as a consultant, Abhilasha has interned with United Nations Environmental Program, Worldwatch Institute and United Nations Development Program working on a range of projects like tracking SDG negotiations to assessing the potential of renewable energy in Small Island Developing States (SIDS).
Abhilasha hold a BSc degree in Environmental Economics and Environmental Management from the University of York and MSc degree in Environment and Development from the University of Edinburgh.