Climate and Energy Economics Fellow
Alex is a High Meadows Fellow in the Office of the Chief Economist. He supports EDF’s work with analyzing variable electricity rate pricing schemes that would reflect the costs of generation and distribution, more accurately quantifying the economic losses from natural gas leaks, and better aligning the intersection of the natural gas and electricity wholesale markets.
Alex recently graduated from Princeton University with a degree in civil and environmental engineering. His undergraduate thesis examined the efficiency losses of concentrating solar power technology from adverse weather conditions.