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Trevor Houser


Trevor Houser is a Partner at Rhodium Group in the firm’s Energy & Climate practice.

Energy & Climate

This interdisciplinary group of policy experts, economic analysts, energy modelers, data engineers, and climate scientists analyzes the market impact of energy and climate policy and the economic risks of global climate change. Trevor also co-directs the Climate Impact Lab, a collaboration of leading research institutions combining climate, economic and data science to quantify climate risk around the world. Through this partnership, Rhodium provides actionable information to policymakers, investors, academics, non-profit organizations, and business leaders alike. Trevor also directs the Climate Policy Fellows program at the City College of New York, his alma mater.

During 2009, Trevor left Rhodium temporarily to serve as a senior advisor at the US State Department where he worked on international energy, natural resource and environmental policy issues. From 2009 to 2015 Trevor was a Visiting Fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics.



Clean Investment Monitor: Q1 2024 Update

Clean energy and transportation investment in the United States continued its record-setting growth in Q1 of 2024, reaching a new high of $71 billion.


How’s the IRA doing?

Is the Inflation Reduction Act doing what it set out to do? In this episode of the Volts podcast, Rhodium's Trevor Houser compares the predictions of pre-IRA energy-sector models to the real-world data on clean-energy investment since its passage.