Olivia Ashmoore

Policy Analyst

Olivia is a Policy Analyst at Energy Innovation, focused on the firm’s Modeling and Analysis program. She provides research and analysis to support EI’s climate policy modeling.

Prior to joining Energy Innovation, Olivia worked as a graduate student fellow at the Natural Resources Defense Council researching policy to advance building decarbonization. Before NRDC, she worked at Cascadia Consulting Group supporting climate action plan development. Her work at Cascadia included conducting analysis for local governments on how to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and implement municipal sustainability policies.

Olivia holds a B.A. from Oberlin College in environmental studies and a Master of Public Policy from the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California, Berkeley.

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Works from Olivia Ashmoore

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Updated Inflation Reduction Act Modeling Using The Energy Policy Simulator

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Modeling The Inflation Reduction Act Using The Energy Policy Simulator

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New Energy Policy Simulator Modeling Shows Benefits Of Stronger Policies In California

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Reaffirming California's Climate Leadership: Insights From The Energy Policy Simulator

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Achieving An 80 Percent Carbon Free Electricity System In China By 2035

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California Energy Policy Simulator Update: Earlier Action Delivers Social and Economic Benefits

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New California Energy Policy Simulator Modeling Shows Major Benefits Of Early Action

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How Louisiana Can Become A Clean Industry Powerhouse

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Louisiana Energy Policy Simulator Insights: Current Emissions Trajectory, NDC Scenario

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Louisiana Energy Policy Simulator Launch

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United States EPS Update 3.3

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Colorado Climate Compromise Passes In The Final Days Of The State Legislative Session

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Colorado Energy Policy Simulator Insights: Current Emissions Trajectory, 1.5°C Scenario

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Nevada Energy Policy Simulator Insights: Current Emissions Trajectory, 1.5°C Scenario

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Minnesota Energy Policy Simulator Insights: Current Emissions Trajectory, 1.5°C Scenario