Nik Sawe

Policy Analyst

Nik Sawe is a Policy Analyst in the Industry Program at Energy Innovation, aiming to eliminate greenhouse gas emissions from the industrial sector through the propagation of new technologies and policies. Prior to Energy Innovation, Nik researched environmental neuroeconomics, using a combination of brain imaging and behavioral economics experiments to understand and predict how individuals make decisions with environmental impacts. He was a lecturer and research in environmental studies and environmental psychology at Stanford University, a senior fellow at the Effective Philanthropy Learning Initiative, and a project scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Nik holds a Ph.D. in Environment and Resources and B.S. in Biology, both from Stanford University.

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Works from Nik Sawe


Clean Industry In China: A Techno-Economic Comparison Of Electrified Heat Technologies, Barriers, And Policy Options


Electrifying China’s Industry Is Critical To Meeting Climate Goals


Hydrogen Could Clean Up Iron, Steel, And Chemicals – If It’s Truly Clean


Why Our Brains Are Bad At Climate Change | Nik Sawe. Nicholas Weiler


Clean Steel Could Help The U.S. Reach Zero-Carbon Industry


Right To Repair: Making Products Last Longer Saves Money And The Climate