Chief Executive Officer
The Greenlink Group
Areas of Expertise:Clean Energy, Climate Change, Demand Side Management, Energy Economics, Energy Efficiency, Environment, Environmental Policy, GHGs, Innovation, Power Sector, R&D, Regulation, Renewables, Solar, Tax Policy, Wind
Dr. Matt Cox is the CEO of the Greenlink Group, a startup working on pressing energy and water problems in the United States. Through the use of advanced modeling services and expert advice, the Greenlink Group primarily focuses on energy efficiency, renewable energy, and the energy-water nexus.
Prior to his role with the Greenlink Group, he received his PhD. in energy and environmental policy from the School of Public Policy at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He has produced over thirty peer-reviewed publications investigating policy, economic, and technology solutions to pressing energy and environmental problems. His research and advice has helped to craft and inform evidence-based energy policies from the local to the international scale.
Recent Comments by Matt Cox
- "1) No. Coal plants are failing in the marketplace and they weren't cost-effective to begin with.
2) In a world of second-bests, sometimes that's th"
A Reliable Grid Relies on Coal
- "Yes, policymakers are likely undervaluing efficiency to the extent they are considering it at all, and SIPs should place greater emphasis on EE as a r"
If Cities and States Can Cut CO2 Without Raising Energy Bills, Shouldn’t They?
- "I'd like to introduce a little bit of a different focus than the rest of the comments here by focusing on the equity component of Dr. Brown's post. Wo"
Getting Past Rate Fixation to the Benefits of the Clean Power Plan
- "Dr. Zycher does not deny that climate change is occurring, that humans are principally responsibl"
Why The EPA’s “Social Cost of Carbon” Fails
- "What a thoughtful conversation! With respect to Dr Brown's final question, some recent modeling efforts by EIA have suggested there is a strong chance"
Will the Bonanza of Cheap Natural Gas Postpone the Transition to a Clean Energy Future?
- "On the last question: Energy efficiency is important to both national energy security and combating climate change. Numerous studies have shown the si"
The High Cost of Clean Energy Standards without Efficiency