Lauren Gomez Cullen

Lauren Gomez Cullen
Yale School of the Environment, Master of Environmental Management, 2024

I am a first-year student at the School of the Environment, specialising in Business and the Environment. I recently obtained a Master of Natural Sciences degree from the University of Cambridge, specialising in Physics, and am excited to utilise the quantitative skills developed throughout my undergraduate and graduate degree at Cambridge in the sustainability field. In particular, I am currently interested in Net-Zero and the Circular Economy; however, I am hoping to use the next two years to explore the wealth of opportunities the field of sustainability has to offer and, most importantly, to see how I could work alongside or within businesses to introduce the practices that a green economy requires.

Authored Articles
He says the forecast is clear

(Image courtesy Air Company) Is the path to profitability as clear as Air Company's vodka? Only the tax credit market knows for sure. 

Taking on Air: An Interview With a Sustainable Fuel Pioneer

The novelty of its product, and the need to promote legislation that allows the use of pure SAFs for commercial flights, means the Air Company will need to keep building its reputation through demonstration projects with the support of risk-taking entities. This includes entities such as NASA which in 2022...
David Millar, Wartsila Energy

With incentives for investors and developers to pour renewable electrons onto the grid, says Millar, markets will reward companies who provide around-the-clock power from a mix of sources. 

David Millar Focuses on United States Energy Markets After the Inflation Reduction Act

David Millar is the Principal of Markets, Legislative and Regulatory Policy at Wärtsilä Energy, a Finnish energy company that claims to “lead the transition to a 100% renewable energy future”. In a recent talk at CBEY, Millar highlighted three trends to watch within the energy markets related to Distributed Energy...