Ryland Parry

MBA, Yale School of Management, 2018 Master of Environmental Management, Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, 2018
Ryland is a second year MBA/MEM candidate. Most recently Ryland worked for Apex Clean Energy as an MBA Finance Intern, focusing on project transfer risks/rewards, contract analysis, and basis risk analysis. Prior to joining Yale, Ryland worked on inventory efficiency for Grid Alternatives, a non-profit assisting lower-income homeowners with solar adoption, Program Management for Agrion, a Paris-based cleantech startup, and Project Management in the energy vertical of Guidepoint, a primary research / expert network firm.
 
Ryland graduated magna cum laude from the University of Colorado at Boulder and holds a B.A. double major in Economics and Environmental Studies. He is a green smoothie aficionado and enjoys biking, snowboarding, and reading on the beach with plenty of sunscreen.
Authored Articles

Will California’s Successor Tariff Discourage New Residential Solar?

Solar installers, residential customers, utilities, and a host of other stakeholders in the residential solar market are waiting for the California Public Utilities Commission’s (CPUC) Net Energy Metering successor tariff (NEM 2.0), due by the end of 2015. The issue at hand is whether or not, and to what extent, those without solar are subsidizing those with solar by paying for grid upkeep and modernization. Because utilities fall on one side of the spectrum and nearly everyone else falls on the other, there is no love lost between stakeholders in the industry.