Areas of expertise:
Energy and transportation
As an attorney with EDF, Cole works with a variety of key state decision-makers and stakeholders to ensure sufficient charging programs and grid developments are in place to support the rapid transition to zero-emissions medium- and heavy-duty vehicles. Cole focuses on charging infrastructure programs, system planning and rate design with an emphasis on prioritizing the benefits of transportation electrification in environmental justice communities.
Prior to joining EDF, Cole’s work included serving as a law clerk for Senator Ed Markey working on transportation and communications policy, as a research assistant with the Harvard Energy and Environmental Law Program tracking federal environmental regulatory actions, and as editor-in-chief of the Harvard Environmental Law Review. He is a member of the District of Columbia Bar.
J.D., Harvard Law School, cum laude
B.S., Environmental Resource Engineering, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, summa cum laude
Widespread expansion of zero-emission fleets requires proactive grid upgrades – New York can set the stageEnergy Exchange, November 17, 2023
- Energy Exchange, April 27, 2023
Interim Solutions needed while New York Public Service Commission moves forward on longer term truck charging infrastructure programsEnergy Exchange, April 27, 2023
After a worrisome delay, New Jersey regulators are making real progress on electric truck charging infrastructureEnergy Exchange Blog, February 21, 2023
After a worrisome delay, New Jersey regulators are making real progress on electric truck charging infrastructureEnergy Exchange, February 21, 2023
- EDF Energy Exchange, April 11, 2022
- Energy Exchange Blog, April 11, 2022