Rahmatallah Poudineh

Rahmatallah joined the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies in November 2014 to lead the electricity research program. Previously he was a researcher in Durham University where he worked on energy research projects and finished his PhD in energy economics.

Rahmatallah’s educational background comprised an MSc in energy economics and policy from University of Surrey, a graduate diploma in economics from Queen Mary University of London and a BSc in aerospace engineering from Amirkabir University of Technology (Tehran Polytechnic).

Content by Rahmatallah Poudineh
  • Project

    Sustainable electricity pricing in Tanzania

    This project provided a brief summary of the history and detailed situational analysis of the energy sector in Tanzania. It was structured around two key questions: For a country anticipating a significant increase over the next 3-5 years in the supply of low-cost feedstock for electricity generation and given that high cost and poor availability of electricity is the...

    18 Aug 2016 | Donna Peng, Rahmatallah Poudineh