Rachel is an associate in RMI’s India Program. Her work focuses on research and analysis pertaining to demand flexibility to support the energy transition.
Prior to joining RMI, Rachel researched the environmental and economic impact of industrial processes at the University of California, Davis. Through research and project work, she gained diverse and in-depth experience in resolving challenging energy issues. After graduating, Rachel first joined RMI as an intern in the Carbon-Free Buildings team, analyzing the impact of grid-interactive efficient buildings on cost, demand, and carbon emissions.
MS, Energy Systems, University of California – Davis
BS, Mechanical Engineering, University of Dayton