Ari Peskoe is the Senior Fellow in Electricity Law at Harvard Law School’s Environmental Policy Initiative. He has written extensively about electricity regulation, on issues ranging from the Clean Power Plan to Constitutional challenges to states’ energy laws. Prior to the Policy Initiative, Ari was an associate at a law firm in D.C. where he spent most of his time litigating about the Western Energy Crisis. Before that, Ari was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Ghana and spent two years trying to bring the 2012 Olympic Games to New York City. He graduated from Harvard Law School and the University of Pennsylvania with degrees in electrical engineering and business.