Ellen Abramowitz

Master of Environmental Management, School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, 2018

Ellen is a first year student at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. She is interested in the intersection between sustainable energy systems and urban design. Prior to joining CBEY, Ellen worked to advance energy-efficiency programs in both the public and private sectors in New York City. Ellen holds a BA in Environmental Studies from Brandeis University. In her free time, Ellen tries to maintain a balance between running and yoga - and baking lots of cookies.

Authored Articles
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Honing Solar Financing Tools Can Build the Market

How can solar financing be improved in the United States? Experts shared their vision for the future at the Green Investing Conference held by the Information Management Network (IMN) on April 27 in New York City. Attendees included energy investors, rating agencies, legal counsel, and other professionals. The opening panel, “The Green Landscape for Investing: What, When, Where and Why?” addressed both current situations and future goals.

ARPA-E Summit Explores Energy Innovation

The ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit, which took place on Feb. 27 through March 1 in Washington, DC, focused on opportunities to bring transformational energy technologies to scale. Speakers discussed the reasons that investing in basic science advancements in addition to cutting-edge resources gives the United States a more energy-secure and carbon-efficient economy.