Ari Gold-Parker joined E3 in summer 2018. He is currently adapting E3’s statewide carbon emissions models for the entire U.S. economy and analyzing how vehicle electrification and changes in driving habits may impact carbon emissions in the coming decades.
Ari’s interest in energy began with clean energy technology. His doctoral research, which was published in Nature Communications and the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (forthcoming), developed and tested next-generation hybrid perovskite materials for solar panels.
Working at E3 allows Ari to collaborate with diverse stakeholders in ways that directly influence the ongoing transformation of our energy systems. He is excited to apply his analytical training and modeling expertise to projects with immediate implications for energy and environmental policy.
As a field organizer for a U.S. Senate campaign before attending graduate school, Ari led voter turnout efforts for 12 municipalities with a combined population of 300,000. Outside of work, he enjoys running, hiking, and rock climbing.
Education: PhD, chemistry, Stanford University; BA, chemistry and physics, Harvard University
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