Jill is interested in addressing electric grid reliability and resilience challenges in a future characterized by economy-wide decarbonization, climate vulnerability, and deep risk uncertainty. Specifically, she’s interested in adapting best practices in risk management and resilience planning to electricity infrastructure and quantifying the economic and resilience benefits of cross-sectoral infrastructural deployment. Prior to joining ERG, Jill worked for the Brattle Group’s energy practice, where she built a capacity expansion optimization model to examine futures with high penetrations of non-emitting and distributed energy resources. Jill holds a B.A. in Computer Science with a Certificate in Informatics and Modelling from Wesleyan University. Outside of her academic interests, Jill enjoys climbing, talking about and riding trains, and cooking.
- EMAC (Energy Modeling, Analysis and Control – Callaway)
- Jones Lab