Shelley Wenzel

Energy Data Analyst

Shelley is an Energy Data Analyst at Energy Innovation, focused on the firm’s Modeling and Analysis program. She provides research and data analysis to support EI’s climate policy modeling and expansion of the Energy Policy Simulator.

Shelley previously worked as a project consultant on the Sustainability team at Thornton Tomasetti, an engineering consulting firm, where her work included conducting research regarding best sustainable building design practices and life-cycle assessments on whole-building designs and material usage. In her role as a consultant, she supported clients on reaching green building requirements and goals, with the majority of her projects including commercial and multi-family residential buildings pursuing green building standards such as LEED, WELL, and GreenPoint Rated certifications.

Shelley holds a B.E. with an environmental and sustainable design concentration, and a B.A. in engineering sciences with a minor in environmental studies from Dartmouth College, and has also completed a certificate program in applied data science at Dartmouth College, where she advanced her data analysis skills and deeply explored data structures, modeling, data visualization, and machine and supervised learning.

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Works from Shelley Wenzel

Publication

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

Article

Commentary: Oregon Must Take Action To Stay In The Race To Cut Emissions

Publication

Oregon Energy Policy Simulator Insights: Recent Developments, Policies To Meet Emissions Goals

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New Oregon Energy Policy Simulator Modeling Shows Major Benefits Of Accelerating Climate Policies