Vice President, Clean Energy Development & Infrastructure Investment
Reihaneh Irani-Famili is Vice President of Clean Energy Development and Infrastructure Investment at National Grid, an investor-owned utility with 16,000 employees and serving more than 20 million people in the northeastern United States. Reihaneh is responsible for leading National Grid’s efforts in developing projects and partnerships to pursue a cleaner energy system for customers and communities in New England. She is also responsible for ensuring our customers across New York and New England can benefit from federal funding opportunities that have been made possible through the bipartisan infrastructure package and the Inflation Reduction Act. Reihaneh has worked in the energy industry for over 20 years during which she has led engineering design, turnaround, project management and project development teams. Experience spanning electric and gas transmission & distribution as well as oil and gas production. She believes in empowering talent to drive positive change and has carried her passion for a clean and sustainable energy future across her roles. She earned a Master of Business Administration (MBA) and a Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Chemical Engineering from University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. She has a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Chemical Engineering from Tehran University in Tehran, Iran.