As a consultant in E3’s resource planning and asset valuation practice areas, Nate supports clients through both long-term capacity expansion analyses and immediate due diligence investigations, with an overarching focus on the intersection between electric-sector policy drivers and energy market trends.
Nate came to E3 after completing his Master of Environmental Management degree at Yale University, with a focus on clean energy economics, finance, and policy analysis. Prior to graduate school, Nate worked for Meister Consultants Group, where he worked primarily on strategic electrification initiatives.
Nate finds great satisfaction in thinking through the technical, economic, and political interactions of energy projects, and identifying least-cost options for achieving carbon reduction goals. He is especially interested in transmission planning and resource siting, as well as market evolution and the interactions among emerging technologies.
In his free time, Nate loves to hike, cook, paint, and play board games. He also enjoys building furniture, canoes, and other things out of wood.
Education: MEM, Yale University, and BA, environmental policy and economics, Lawrence University
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