New York State consumes more fossil fuels in its residential and commercial buildings than any other state in the country, and New York City’s buildings are responsible for a significant portion of that consumption. In New York City, burning fuels for space and water heating accounts for nearly 40…
Talor provides quantitative and policy analysis in support of eliminating fossil fuel use in buildings. His research is at the intersection of the climate, economic, health, and air quality impacts of burning fossil fuels in buildings.
Talor brings a diverse set of experiences to RMI. Talor has worked with international NGOs on sustainable economic development of underserved communities in Colombia, developed decarbonization pathways for the electricity sector in Baja California, Mexico, and most recently supported efforts in California to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the built environment in coordination with investor-owned utilities.
MIA, Economics and Energy/Environmental Policy, University of California, San Diego
BA, International Relations, State University of New York, College at Geneseo
New York, NY