Jesse Cohen is a Master of Environmental Management Candidate at the Yale School of the Environment. As a Graduate Research Assistant on the Solar Evolution and Diffusion Studies (SEEDS), Jesse conducts geospatial and statistical analysis on distributed energy resource adoption patterns. Before graduate school, Jesse worked as a senior research analyst at the Brattle Group, where he presented and published on the economics of the clean energy transition.
At Yale, he is studying energy policy, focusing on the role of regulation in shaping a just and equitable energy future. Jesse holds a Bachelor of Arts from Wesleyan University in Mathematics and Economics.