Hannah focuses on analysis of key developments in US energy and climate policy. She leads the development of Rhodium’s US Climate Service, which provides clients access to energy and greenhouse gas emissions data and research. This toolset includes a 50-state emissions inventory and projection system that covers all sectors of the economy and the full range of atmospheric greenhouse gases.
Before joining Rhodium, Hannah supported efforts to design and implement climate mitigation strategies in developing countries as a Senior Policy Analyst at the Center for Clean Air Policy, a nonprofit think tank in Washington, D.C. Previously, she conducted economic development research at the Yale University Economic Growth Center and the Institute for Financial Management and Research. Hannah has a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Environmental Science from Northwestern University and an Master’s degree in International Development from the Harvard Kennedy School.