Annie Guo

Master of Environmental Management  2018
Profile

Annie is a second year Master of Environmental Management candidate studying energy policy and finance with a focus on financing strategies that facilitate greater renewable-energy deployment and pathways to bringing clean-energy projects and services to scale. Most recently, Annie worked at the capital advisory desk of Karbone, a financial-services firm, on buy-side renewable-energy-project due diligence.

Prior to coming to Yale, Annie was an energy-efficiency consultant with ICF specializing in public-private-partnerships and market transformation. Her past project experience includes managing the EPA ENERGY STAR products third-party certification program and working with USAID to identify opportunities for energy efficiency in developing economies. Annie holds a B.S. in Environmental Studies and a minor in International Relations from the University of Southern California.

Born and raised in Minnesota, Annie enjoys photography, scuba diving, hiking, and ultimate frisbee.

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Authored Blogs
Accelerating Residential Solar: Does Messaging Matter?
Communications impact adoption rates of solar diffusion among low- and moderate-income communities.
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A Regional Commitment to Renewable Thermal
A regional commitment to renewable thermal
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Authored Forum Articles
International Standards Are Tackling Climate Change Adaptation
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New Customers for Microfinance Can Accelerate Off-Grid Solar
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Private Capital for Resilience Financing Has Arrived
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Community-Shared Solar Requires Better Software and Contracts
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Solar Trade Case and Tax Reform Threaten the Industry
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