Andrew is a former energy trader, current energy policy wonk, and advisor to climate tech startups, research organizations, and investors. His experience includes venture diligence, financial modeling, fund design, business operations, and capital markets. Currently, Andrew is working with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and the International Energy Agency (IEA) to develop a technology roadmap outlining opportunities to digitize wind power plant operations, and he works with startup clients to help them develop financial models and improve their business models. Previously, Andrew helped Powerhouse Ventures with deal diligence, and he contributed to an academic study of human behavior in energy. Andrew has a B.S. in industrial systems engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and an M.S. in Environmental Science and Public Policy from the University of Chicago. As an MXV Principal, Andrew is responsible for fund operations, policy and economic assessment, deal structuring, financial modeling, and the diligence process.
Scholars / Bartlett Fellows
Bartlett Fellow, Summer 2018