Sidney is an Associate within RMI’s Islands Energy Program, supporting the team’s efforts to complete integrated resource plans and develop renewable energy projects in islands. These plans help to identify the optimal resources and generation mix that will help individual islands effectively transition towards a more sustainable, resilient and cost-effective energy future.
Prior to joining RMI, Sidney earned a Master of Environmental Management (M.E.M.) degree from Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, and a Masters of Engineering (MEng) and Bachelors of Arts (B.A.) from the University of Cambridge. While at the University of Cambridge, Sidney worked on numerous energy related projects in islands, among them completing an embodied and operational energy assessment of structural insulated panels and concrete masonry units in Trinidad & Tobago, and supporting development work during the construction phase of a geothermal energy project in Dominica.
M.E.M., Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies
MEng, Energy, Sustainability & Environment, University of Cambridge
B.A., University of Cambridge
WHAT MAKES YOU MOST PROUD ABOUT WORKING AT RMI & CWR?
I am inspired and excited to work with a motivated team on solving challenging issues in the energy sector that will drive a tangible and positive change in the lives of many people.