Dan Welch is a Solutions Fellow at the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES). Mr. Welch works with a wide range of stakeholders in the business, non-profit, and government sectors to explore and advance strategies to reduce transportation emissions associated with climate change. He also contributes to C2ES’s understanding of new efforts to advance technologies and policies.
Prior to joining C2ES, Mr. Welch was energy policy associate at the Pace Energy & Climate Center in White Plains, N.Y., where he worked on initiatives to promote clean fuel policies and technologies in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. He previously held an internship researching opportunities to use spatial analysis in development decision-making at the World Resources Institute.
Mr. Welch earned his Master of Public Administration at the University of Washington’s Evans School of Public Affairs, with an emphasis on environmental management, and a Bachelor of Arts in history and French from Connecticut College.