Taylor Bacon

Analyst, U.S. Climate & Clean Air


Areas of expertise:
Climate and air quality regulations, power sector issues, state and federal climate policy

As an analyst on the U.S. Climate and Clean Air teams, Taylor contributes research and analysis to strengthen and protect clean air safeguards, advance state-level climate policy, and advocate for strategies that reduce harmful climate and health pollution from the power sector. Taylor collaborates with attorneys, health scientists, and other environmental groups and allies on issues including power sector regulations and policy, national air quality standards, and toxic air pollution.


Before starting at EDF, Taylor completed her bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering, with a focus on energy and the environment, plus interned with a range of environmental nonprofits.


B.S.E, Chemical & Biological Engineering, Princeton University