Lights Off in San Diego County: the Effect of Utility Deenergization Events on Household Electrification (MA ’20)
Cody applies statistical and econometric models to the electricity sector and studies how we can consume electricity more efficiently. Going forward, Cody is interested in applying economic concepts to emissions markets in order to minimize damages to society and the environment. Prior to joining the ERG community, Cody was a Senior Research Analyst with The Brattle Group where he worked on residential rooftop solar proceedings and an $800 million surface water contamination lawsuit. Cody earned a B.A. in Economics and Environmental Policy and Culture from Northwestern University.
- Arcturus 2.0: A meta-analysis of time-varying rates for electricity
- Curating the Future of Rate Design for Residential Customers
Society, environment and economics lab