Parker Wild

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Parker Wild


Parker Wild supports E3’s Integrated System Planning group. Prior to E3, he completed two years of fellowship rotations in the federal government through Princeton University’s Scholars in the Nation’s Service Initiative (SINSI), with placements at the Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory and the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. While at NREL, Parker contributed to research on the techno-economic potential of distributed energy resources and conducted policy analysis for cities seeking to decarbonize their electricity grids. He holds a Master in Public Affairs and Bachelor of Science in Engineering from Princeton University. 

Parker’s interest in energy and the environment stems from time spent outdoors in his home state of Maine. He was drawn to E3 because of their position as a trusted advisor to policymakers, regulators, and utilities at the forefront of the energy transition. While at E3, he hopes to inform the development of evidence-based policy that facilitates a more equitable and sustainable energy system.

In his free time, Parker enjoys cycling, taking care of plants, and exploring the outdoors. 

Education: MPA, Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy, and BSE, Computer Science, Princeton University


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