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…
Over the past two years, Sherri has focused on developing business models and processes to connect low-income customers to clean energy benefits. Additionally, she is the co-author of The Economics of Electrifying Buildings, looking at the cost and carbon implications of electrifying space and water heating in residential buildings. Most recently, she has been working on regulatory policy process in Oregon and Hawaii.
Before joining RMI, Sherri received her MS in Earth Systems from Stanford University, focused on environmental communication, policy, and education.
- B.Sc., Stanford University, Atmosphere/Energy Engineering
- MS, Earth Systems, Stanford University