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- EPIC/E&E Lab: Energy Policy Fellowship - E2e Project
The E2e Project is currently recruiting fellows who will work with affiliated faculty to design and implement energy efficiency evaluations in close partnership with partner agencies.
Each fellow will be embedded at a state energy regulatory agency (Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission (UTC) or New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA)).
The E2e Project is a joint initiative of the Energy Institute at Haas at the University of California, Berkeley, the Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research (CEEPR) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the Energy Policy Institute at Chicago (EPIC) and the Energy & Environment Lab (E&E Lab) at the University of Chicago: all recognized leaders in energy research. E2e's mission is to understand the energy efficiency gap—the difference between what is technically possible and what is practically achievable for energy efficiency in a wide variety of settings. Central to our approach is the unique model of embedding research fellows directly within agencies. The E2e Evidence for Energy Efficiency Fellow will work directly with state agency staff on energy efficiency program evaluation and will pursue opportunities to use rigorous evaluation to improve program effectiveness (e.g., randomized controlled trials) to improve the effectiveness of energy efficiency programs.
The location is either Olympia, WA, or Albany, NY. The start date is flexible: May/June 2019 is preferred.