Cameron Morelli supports E3’s Integrated System Planning practice area, focusing on resource planning and utility operational studies. Cameron joined E3 after earning a master’s degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Stanford University. During graduate school, she worked at ACEP and helped develop decarbonization pathways for the Railbelt — Alaska’s largest regional electric grid. Prior to graduate school, she earned a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from UC Davis and worked as a consultant designing HVAC systems and modeling the energy systems in commercial buildings.
What interests Cameron most about the energy transition are the complex, interdisciplinary problems that need to be solved to mitigate climate change and ensure a clean energy future for all of us. Cameron’s passion for the environment and her intellectual curiosity drives her to explore these challenges and help find solutions.
In her free time, Cameron enjoys dancing, surfing, exploring the outdoors, and spending time with her cat.
Education: MA, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford University; BS, Mechanical Engineering, University of California, Davis
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