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Emily Beagle

Emily Beagle

Associate
  • Climate Aligned Industries

Emily Beagle is an Associate in the Breakthrough Technologies program at RMI, where she works to understand and advance the deployment of new technologies in hard-to-abate sectors.

Background

Prior to joining RMI, Emily served as an ASME Science and Technology Policy Fellow working on the energy and environment legislative team for Senator Tina Smith. She has a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering, and her dissertation research assessed new conversion methods and characterized biomass waste feedstocks for energy-sector emissions reductions. After graduate school, she was a CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow in data curation for energy economics at the University of Texas at Austin.

Education & Awards

Ph.D., M.S., B.S., Mechanical Engineering, University of Wyoming
B.S., Energy Systems Engineering, University of Wyoming
NSF Graduate Research Fellow

Location

Washington, D.C.

Authored Works
Wind turbines and solar panel field
insight

Policy Memo: Clean Hydrogen Abatement

Scaling up green hydrogen can help accelerate our clean energy future. Green hydrogen is the process by which hydrogen is created using clean energy sources. In this memo, RMI outlines policy recommendations for successful and viable deployment— as hydrogen will be key to sectors of the clean economy where electrification is not possible.