Dr. Bill Wheatle joined E3 in Fall 2020 and currently works in the Boston office in E3’s Climate Pathways practice area. He develops scenarios for economywide pathways to deep decarbonization and assesses the impact building electrification on the natural gas system.
Bill’s interest in energy technology and policy arose from learning about climate change’s effects on vulnerable communities, including those in the Caribbean where much of his family still lives. He studied battery materials as an undergraduate at Cornell University and as a doctoral student at the University of Texas at Austin.
In his free time, Bill enjoys cooking Caribbean food, baking bread, reading fantasy novels and historical fiction and nonfiction, and playing board and video games.
Education: PhD, Chemical Engineering, University of Texas at Austin; BS, Chemical Engineering, Cornell University
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