Over the next decade, vertically integrated electric utilities in the United States will spend up to $750 billion on new resources to meet emerging grid needs. A recent RMI report highlights the necessity of modernizing the way utilities procure these resources to ensure this money is spent wisely, in…
Grant develops tools that analyze the potential of distributed energy resources to advance affordable, sustainable, and resilient solutions for the electricity sector.
Prior to joining RMI, Grant earned his master’s and bachelor’s degrees from Stanford University in civil and environmental engineering. He has research and professional experience in environmental fluid dynamics, renewable energy engineering, and climate risk analysis. Grant worked for RMI as a Schneider Fellow in the fall of 2018 and began full-time in January 2019.
M.S. Civil & Environmental Engineering, Stanford University, 2018
B.S. Civil & Environmental Engineering, Stanford University, 2017
Why I Love Working At RMI
I am proud to work for a team advancing creative ideas that will lead to a more secure and just future.