Policy Analyst, Clean Energy Initiative
Jordan Stutt is Policy Analyst in Acadia Center’s Boston office. He works on energy and climate change issues as part of Acadia Center’s Clean Energy Initiative, with an emphasis on research and policy analysis for carbon markets and energy systems. Jordan’s primary focus is advocacy for effective design, implementation, and expansion of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI), for which he produces reports and conducts outreach to stakeholders and policymakers. Prior to joining Acadia Center, he was an Energy Policy Analyst at Pace Energy and Climate Center at Pace University Law School where he focused on RGGI, energy efficiency programs, and renewable energy deployment. Jordan holds a BS in Environmental Studies and a BA in International Relations, magna cum laude, from Tufts University.