Energy Collective blog power policy climate - the conversation happens here

Monday, August 01, 2005

About Devon Swezey

Devon Swezey is project director for the Breakthrough Institute where he works as an energy and climate policy analyst. Devon wrote one of the first journal articles on the call for a new Apollo project on energy in 2005 for the inaugural issue of the Roosevelt Review, arguing for more strategic federal investments to make solar power cheap and available. Swezey is co-author of “Rising Tigers, Timid Giant,” a joint Breakthrough-Information Technology and Innovation Foundation report that compares Asia’s investments in clean energy to those of the U.S. In 2008 Devon worked as a field organizer for the Obama for America campaign, and was a Breakthrough Generation Fellow in 2009. He received his bachelor’s degree in international relations with a concentration in international political economy from Stanford University. He can be followed on twitter: @DevonSwezey.

No comments: