Much has been made of coal’s dramatic decline. Coal is no longer the cheapest way to generate electricity in many countries, and in recent years power plants and mines have closed in the face of this economic reality, especially in the United States and Europe. In the coming decade,…
Sam is a senior associate with RMI’s Carbon Free Electricity practice, where he focuses on financial and policy tools to facilitate an equitable transition to clean energy. He joined RMI in June 2019.
Prior to joining RMI, Sam studied at the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies where he specialized in clean energy policy and technology. In 2018, Sam interned at RMI with the Energy Web Foundation team where he helped develop use cases for blockchain technology in the energy sector. Before graduate school, Sam supported state efforts to promote local solar market development with Meister Consultants Group, and conducted demand response operations for EnerNOC.
Master of Environmental Management (M.E.M), Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies
BA, Science, Technology, and Society, University of Massachusetts Amherst