Anastasia Kiryushkina

Anastasia Kiryushkina
MBA, Yale School of Management, 2017

Anastasia Kiryushkina is a second year MBA student at the Yale School of Management. She is passionate about renewable distributed energy resources and deploying technological solutions to address resiliency and environmental issues. Prior to joining Yale, Anastasia was a part of Veolia’s energy advisory subsidiary – SourceOne Inc, where she consulted commercial real estate clients on how to make their operations more sustainable and cost-effective through adoption of energy management and intelligent efficiency platforms and behavioral change. Last summer, she engaged in strategy work at a global information services and software company, Wolters Kluwer.  

Anastasia graduated summa cum laude from Stony Brook University and holds a B.S. and a B.A. in Business Management and Theatre Arts.  As a former Division I swimmer, she still enjoys a good workout in the pool or open water and is also an aficionado of performance arts and classical music.

Authored Articles

Developing Nations Build Distributed Energy Solutions

Adoption of solar power and microgrid technologies has been on the rise in frontier and growth markets. This trend results from declining equipment costs and increasing support from development funds, government programs, and impact investors. But there is much room to fill. There are as many as 1.1 billion people around the globe who still don’t have access to a reliable supply of electricity. Microgrids can help address the issue without expensive transmission and distribution infrastructure.

Climate Solutions Catalyze Debate at Bloomberg Summit

The Future of Energy Summit, which was hosted by Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) in New York City on April 24-25, brought together hundreds of industry and government leaders and professionals eager to learn about the future of clean energy and share their expertise.
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McKinsey Finds Energy Storage Markets Are Charging up

With growing deployment of distributed generation and renewable energy, the energy-storage market is projected to grow rapidly in the next decade and beyond. McKinsey & Company estimates the market could increase fivefold from its 2015 levels in the next 20 years as technology evolves, energy intensity improves, and costs decrease.