Seventy million American homes and businesses burn natural gas, oil, or propane on-site to heat their space and water, generating 560 million tons of carbon dioxide each year—one-tenth of total US emissions. But now, we have the opportunity to meet nearly all our buildings’ energy needs with electricity from an…
Sherri Billimoria is an Associate in the Electricity practice, focusing on the Leap Initiative which works to empower and improve the lives of low-income households and communities in a clean energy future.
Prior to joining RMI, Sherri received both her Bachelor’s degree in Atmosphere/Energy Engineering and her Master’s in Earth Systems from Stanford University. In addition to her energy-focused work, Sherri has also focused on food and agriculture. From being on the teaching team for several global agriculture and climate change classes to working with community farms and garden education programs, Sherri is interested in agriculture across many different scales. She has also interned at a smart meter startup in Germany, gaining an understanding of international solar and electricity regulation.
- B.Sc., Stanford University,Atmosphere/Energy Engineering
- MS, Earth Systems, Stanford University