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Martin Healy works at the intersection of renewable energy and U.S. foreign policy. A member of the U.S. Foreign Service, he focuses on Iraq domestic power issues and serves as the U.S. alternate representative to the International Renewable Energy Agency.

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Martin Healy works at the intersection of renewable energy and U.S. foreign policy. A member of the U.S. Foreign Service, he focuses on Iraq domestic power issues and serves as the U.S. alternate representative to the International Renewable Energy Agency. [read more="Read More >" less="<<"]  Martin’s varied foreign service career began in Latin America, with tours in Mexico City, Honduras, and Panama, with additional assignments in Erbil, Iraq, and Belgium. In Washington Martin helped oversee the Colombia counter-narcotics program, and served as a foreign affairs analyst for U.S. Senator Marco Rubio. Prior to the foreign service Martin spent over ten years in the telecommunications industry, where he helped lead start-up companies in the telecommunications and internet sectors. This person is a guest contributor and is not associated with the Iraq Energy Institute. [/read]

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