Information Technology and Innovation Foundation
Areas of Expertise:Clean Energy, Climate Change, R&D, Renewables
Megan Nicholson is a Policy Analyst specializing in clean energy policy, the federal energy budget, the role of the Department of Defense in the energy innovation ecosystem, and international environmental policy. She also manages ITIF’s Energy Innovation Tracker, a public database of federal investments in energy innovation down to the project level, which is widely used as an analytical resource by policymakers, think tanks, and academics. Her work has been featured in the Washington Post, Forbes, Politico and MIT Technology Review, among others. Prior to joining ITIF, Megan interned with the World Bank’s Global Environmental Facility, where she assisted with the research and writing of a publication on the organization's 20-year contribution to eliminating barriers to energy efficiency investment in developing countries. She graduated magna cum laude from Mount Holyoke College with a B.A. in Economics and Environmental Studies.
Recent Comments by Megan Nicholson
- "Thanks for the feedback, Lewis and Jane. Lewis, I’m glad you brought up the article on high electricity costs in Europe, which is something that we me"
Should U.S. Climate Policy Focus More on Innovation?