Company:Carnegie Mellon University / Instituto Tecnico Superior
— Bio —
Nate is a Ph.D. student in Engineering and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University. He is interested in the interconnected nature of our energy systems: how our actions, choices, and policies spread through energy systems and result in different social and environmental outcomes. His past research has investigated the how residential consumers can reduce power plant pollutant emissions by changing their consumption patterns and the role of building energy codes in reducing human and environemental damages due to energy consumption.