Tanya Sinha

Tanya Sinha
Yale School of the Environment, Master of Environmental Management, 2022
WRISE (Women of Renewable Industries and Sustainable Energy)

I am a graduate student, focusing on Business and Energy. I spent the summer 2021 working with Hannon Armstrong, on different ESG strategies and corporate disclosures. I am interested in exploring mechanisms to deploy financial capital to accelerate towards clean energy transition. I am also working on frameworks to understand ESG risks in the public equities market.

Authored Articles
A steel factory (photo by Billy Wilson) in sunset. Will hydrogen bring a new dawn?

This steel factory in Michigan, captured at sunset, reflects one industry where hydrogen may promise a sort of new dawn. (Photo by Billy Wilson via Flickr Creative Commons.) 

Explainer: How Is Green Hydrogen Emerging As a Renewable Answer?

Not every analysis concludes that the scale-up costs of hydrogen make it more bankable than wind, solar and hydropower. But since hydrogen production requires less land, and since it can reach hard-to-decarbonize sectors, many investors are giving it a long look. Now you can too.
A car loads up on electricity, generating...value

(Courtesy Fairfax County, VA.) EV charging looks one way to flatlanders...

Firing Up a Credit Trading Market to Support Electric Vehicle Networks

If electric vehicles reduce carbon pollution, shouldn’t they get credit for doing so? The Connecticut has started working on a partnership that lets owners, suppliers and charging vendors create and market credits for the miles the vehicles travel. The Bank registered the First Validated Multi-Partner Carbon Offset Credit...