Hallie Kennan

School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, Master of Environmental Management, 2019

Hallie is a second-year MEM candidate at the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies. During her time at F&ES, Hallie is focusing on clean energy solutions at the community scale and for the private sector. Prior to Yale, Hallie managed communications at Energy Innovation LLC, a San Francisco-based energy and environmental policy consultancy that helps decision-makers uncover smart energy policy opportunities. While at Energy Innovation, she contributed to a handful of working papers, as well as guest articles for Forbes.com, GreenBiz, and CleanTechnica.

Authored Articles
A pollinator-friendly solar development

Pollinator-friendly solar / Photo courtesy of Rob Davis, Fresh Energy

Capturing the Private and Public Benefits of Pollinator-Friendly Solar

Pollinator-friendly solar, which incorporates native grasses and wildflowers throughout a solar installation, is one approach to cultivating additional land use benefits from solar projects. In two new Yale Center for Business and the Environment white papers, we explore the potential of this emerging practice.