Sam Mardell

Master of Environmental Management  2019
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Sam Mardell is a second-year Master of Environmental Management candidate focusing on clean energy technology and policy, climate change mitigation, and environmental justice. This summer he interned with the Rocky Mountain Institute, where he supported the Energy Web Foundation in studying use cases for blockchain in the energy industry. Before coming to Yale, Sam worked for two Boston-area clean-energy companies - first with EnerNOC conducting demand response operations and more recently with Meister Consultants Group helping state governments develop local solar markets. He received his BA from the University of Massachusetts in 2014, where he majored in Science, Technology, and Society.

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EBRD Web Portal Aims to Increase Access to Climate-Friendly Technologies
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NEEP Report Builds Confidence in Commercial Energy Efficiency
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In Ghana’s Clean Energy Transition, Ambition Meets Caution
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In Push for 100% Renewable Energy, Efficiency Is Key
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Climate Finance Is Failing to Reach a Local Level, Study Finds
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