Expertise: energy and environmental policy and regulation, climate change, the Arctic, nuclear power
Nicholas is a policy analyst focusing on climate change and next generation energy issues. Before joining ASP, he worked for Global Policy Group, a Washington DC-based consulting company, working on energy and environmental policy and regulation. Prior to that, he worked as an intern on clean energy policy at Third Way, a think tank in D.C. He also lived in Buenos Aires, Argentina from 2008 to 2009, where he taught English.
Originally from Rockville, MD, Nicholas earned his B.A. in History from the University of Maryland and a M.A. in International Relations from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). While at SAIS, his studies focused on energy policy, international economics, climate change, and the geopolitics of energy.
He currently lives in Washington D.C. with his wife, Sarah.
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A selection of Nick’s writings:
“Fusion Power: A 10 Year Plan to Energy Security,” March 2013
“Cause and Effect: U.S. Gasoline Prices,” February 2013
“Critical Energy Choices for the Next Administration“, ASP Report, October 2012
“It’s Not DOE That Drives Energy Policy,” AOL Energy, January 23, 2013
“Is Russia’s Grip on European Energy Weakening?” – E!Sharp, November 8 2012
“Strategic Bases Vulnerable to Climate Change” - Stars and Stripes, November 1, 2012
“Small Modular Reactors Provide Path Forward for Nuclear Power” - The Hill, October 23, 2012
“Through Innovation and Investment, the U.S. Can Lead in Next-Generation Energy, Nuclear Fusion” - AOL Energy, August 3, 2012
“Who Killed the Coal Plant?” – AOL Energy, June 18, 2012