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Emily Goldfield

Senior Associate
  • India

Emily is a Senior Associate in the India Program, focused primarily on supporting the transition to a shared, clean, and connected mobility system. She also supports projects in the Electricity Practice and the Office of the Chief Scientist.

BACKGROUND

At Stanford University’s Civil & Environmental Engineering (Atmosphere/Energy) program, Emily worked on projects such as modeling community-scale solar developments and researching alternative fishing boat fuels. She has previously worked in private equity consulting.

EDUCATION

B.S., Civil & Environmental Engineering (Atmosphere/Energy program), Stanford University

LOCATION

Basalt, CO

Authored Works
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Decarbonizing Urban Mobility

The past year has seen electric vehicle sales smashing records, transit agencies across the country placing orders for electric buses, utilities and regulators tackling tough questions around charging infrastructure, and governments and the private sector rolling out several long-distance public charging corridors that span the United States. However, a carbon-free…

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Energy Resilience in the Roaring Fork Valley

On the evening of July 3, 2018, a wildfire broke out a half mile from the Rocky Mountain Institute office in Basalt, Colorado, in the heart of the Roaring Fork Valley. This fire—dubbed the Lake Christine Fire—spread to engulf more than 12,500 acres and came within minutes of shutting…

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RMI’s India Program Launches the Urban Mobility Lab

When Rocky Mountain Institute’s cofounder and chief scientist, Amory Lovins, first met with Indian government officials in March 2016 to explore opportunities for collaboration, India’s ambitions in renewable energy and clean transportation were quickly moving from idea to action. More than two years later, India continues to make progress toward…

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RMI’s 2017 Micropower Database Release: Electricity Generation from Micropower Is on the Rise while Nuclear Power’s Output Share Continues to Flatline

Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) just released its 2017 Micropower Database, a compilation of global generation and capacity data for low-carbon micropower and nuclear electricity sources. “Micropower” refers to sources of electricity that are relatively small, modular, mass-producible, quick-to-deploy, and hence rapidly scalable. For the purposes of this database, it means…