Dan Alberga supports E3’s Climate Pathways and Electrification practice area out of the New York office. He joined E3 after completing a Master of Environmental Management degree at Yale University, focusing on demand-side energy policy. At Yale, Dan conducted research on energy consumption and poverty eradication in the Energy, Climate, and Well-being lab. He also focused on sustainable heating, building a capital cost model for heat pump retrofits in the UK for his capstone project. Prior to graduate school, he worked for four years in product management at a renewable energy asset management software company.
Dan is passionate about producing energy policy research that integrates broader ecological and social concerns and ultimately improves quality of life for current and future generations. He was drawn to working at E3 due to its commitment to working with a diverse set of stakeholders on transitioning towards cleaner and more just energy systems.
In his free time, Dan enjoys cooking, language learning, and canoe trips. He is originally from Toronto, Canada.
Education: Master of Environmental Management, Yale University; Bachelor of Commerce, Finance, McGill University
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