Senior Policy Analyst
Information Technology and Innovation Foundation
Areas of Expertise:Clean Energy, Climate Change, Electric Vehicles, Energy Economics, Energy Efficiency, Energy Storage, Innovation, Nuclear, Power Sector, R&D, Renewables, Smart Grid, Solar, Tax Policy, Transportation, Wind
Matthew Stepp is a senior analyst with the Information Technology & Innovation Foundation (ITIF) specializing in climate change and clean energy policy. His research interests include clean energy technology development, climate science policy, transportation policy and the role of innovation in economic growth.
Before joining ITIF, Mr. Stepp was a fellow at the Breakthrough Institute, a think tank located in Oakland, California, focused on climate and energy policy issues.
He has also served as a fellow with the National Academies' Transportation Research Board and as a research assistant with the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.
Mr. Stepp holds a M.Sc. in science, technology and public policy from the Rochester Institute of Technology and a B.S. in meteorology from Millersville University.
Recent Posts by Matthew Stepp
- Clean Energy Poised for Market Domination or More Innovation Needed?
- Should U.S. Climate Policy Focus More on Innovation?
- Climate Policy and The America COMPETES Act
Recent Comments by Matthew Stepp
- "It’s certainly typical of Jigar to revert to ad hominem attacks rather than engage in a real policy debate.
I’ll take the high road. For those that w"
Clean Energy Poised for Market Domination or More Innovation Needed?
- "Ambassador Baucus's energy tax reform proposal is a good start. It consolidates a Hodge-podge of tax incentives into two longer-term expenditures for "
Simplifying the Energy Tax Code
- "My thoughts on the 60 Minutes segment just went up on "
“60 Minutes” Calls Cleantech a Bust