As a policy analyst, Nick Martin contributes to policy research in all areas at the Foundation. He joined the Foundation in April 2017.
Prior to joining the Foundation, Nick worked on energy policy at the Pace Energy and Climate Center at the Elisabeth Haub School of Law in New York. He led the Center’s efforts engaging in regional carbon pricing policy. Additionally, he focused on utility regulatory policy impacting distributed energy resources such as solar, storage, and energy efficiency. Nick is also the former Executive Director of the Northeast Clean Heat and Power Initiative, a trade group representing the combined heat and power industry in the Northeast United States.
Nick holds a Master of Science in Climate Science and Policy from the Bard Center for Environmental Policy and a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health from the University of Georgia.
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