Jake Duncan supports IMT clients by establishing the economic and environmental foundations for energy efficiency policies, programs, and investments. He provides quantitative analysis and market research for IMT’s programs, applying previous experience in the energy and utilities spaces.
Prior to joining IMT, Jake co-authored a paper on the representation of demand-side management in utility planning at Resources for the Future, a DC-based environmental economics think tank. He also brings internship experience at Natural Capitalism Solutions, a sustainability consulting firm, where he supplied policy research for a bi-partisan climate advocacy initiative and at the Solar Energy Industries Association, where Jake provided database management and research services.
Jake holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Georgia College and is concurrently completing a master’s degree in Climate Science and Policy at Bard College’s Center for Environmental Policy.