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Gerhard R. Andlinger Visiting Fellows in Energy and the Environment

The program

The Gerhard R. Andlinger Visiting Fellows program is designed to attract distinguished visitors, who will collaborate with Andlinger Center faculty, researchers, and students, and enrich the research and teaching at the Andlinger Center.

Practitioners from industry, government, and not-for-profit sectors will bring different perspectives and urgency to the energy and environmental challenges that are central to the center’s mission. As such, prospective visitors from a variety of backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Visiting fellows

Richard H. Moss

Richard H. Moss is a senior scientist at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory’s Joint Global Change Research Institute at the University of Maryland. He’s also founding director of the Science for Climate Action Network (SCAN), a new collaboration designed to accelerate climate adaptation and mitigation with science and stakeholder engagement. SCAN will assess and improve methods for using the current state of knowledge of climate change and solutions to inform infrastructure design, architecture, standard setting, financing, and other practical aspects of taking climate action at state and municipal levels. While at the Andlinger Center, Moss will focus on coastal adaptation, among other topics. Moss has published widely on climate scenarios, uncertainty characterization, and adaptation. He has held several public service positions including with the United States Global Change Research Program and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. He has served on a number of National Academy activities and chaired a Federal Advisory Committee on the National Climate Assessment. Moss holds a bachelor’s degree from Carleton College, Northfield, MN, and holds a Ph.D. from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University.

Non-resident Fellows

Darren Hammell

Darren Hammell, Class of 2001, is co-founder and president of Princeton Power Systems, a designer and manufacturer of microgrid and battery solutions. He founded the company as an undergraduate at Princeton’s School of Engineering and Applied Science and the company is now a global leader with thousands of deployments across North America, Europe, Africa, and the Caribbean. Hammell has returned for a fellowship during which he is providing support to start-up companies that have been founded at the Andlinger Center. He led discussions and served as a panelist at the 2018 Annual E-ffiliates Retreat and lectured on his experience commercializing energy technology during the Andlinger Center’s executive education module for Young Global Leaders in July 2018. He also leads the development of a a new course on commercializing energy technologies at the Andlinger Center.

Judi Greenwald

Judith Greenwald, Class of 1982, is a former U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) executive with more than 30 years of policy experience working in government and the nonprofit sector. She is a graduate of the School of Engineering and Applied Science and returned as a fellow in spring 2018. During her time at the center, she collaborated on research, lectured, advised students, brought in speakers, and convened industry, government, and NGO leaders. She liaised with the undergraduate student group, Princeton University Energy Association, to facilitate the group’s inaugural conference to examine New Jersey’s power markets and policy reforms in April 2018. Greenwald guest lectured at the Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education and at Conversations on the Environment and Responsible Energy and Life. She organized “Accelerating Climate Action in the United States: What Are We Doing and What More Can be Done,” a September 2018 public conference, featuring keynote speaker Tammy Snyder Murphy, First Lady of New Jersey. In her lectures, Greenwald emphasized that the causes of and solutions to climate change rest at the intersection of public policy, technology, market forces, and human behavior.

John Pickering

Dr. John Pickering, Chief Behavioral Scientist, is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Evidn, LLC with extensive experience in the analysis, design, delivery and evaluation of behavior change programs for large scale complex problems. Dr Pickering is the Co-Chair of the Nature Sustainability Expert Panel on Behavioral Science, Design and Sustainability, a member of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) expert steering group on agri-environmental behavior economics, and was recently appointed to the Queensland Government’s Health and Wellbeing Advisory Board to oversee the development of behavioral change strategies for improving health outcomes across the state. Dr Pickering has various scholarly positions at universities worldwide including an appointment at Princeton University (Non-Resident Fellow), Darden Business School, University of Virginia (Visiting Scholar), and The University of Queensland (Industry Fellow). Dr Pickering has published extensively in the areas of behavior change, psychology, sustainability and innovation, and is a regular commentator in state and national media outlets.

Harry A. Warren

Harry A. Warren, Jr. is president of CleanGrid Advisors LLC, a renewable energy consulting firm focused on Mid-Atlantic markets. Warren is also a co-founder of the Center for Renewables Integration, a non-profit working to advance the deep penetration of renewable energy on the grid.

Warren was formerly executive vice president of Community Energy, Inc. where he was responsible for business planning on community solar, virtual net metering, and other retail customer access programs. Prior to joining Community Energy, Warren spent 17 years as president of Washington Gas Energy Services, Inc., a leading retail electricity and natural gas marketer in the mid-Atlantic region, and served in several positions at WGES’ utility affiliate, Washington Gas prior. Warren negotiated the corporation’s first solar PPAs in 2008 and 2009. Prior to joining Washington Gas, he worked in research, development and design of renewable energy systems.  At the Andlinger Center, Warren will study how energy resources and building energy systems can be designed and operated to help meet the challenges power grids face from increasing percentages of variable, renewable energy supplies.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Princeton University and a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from Stanford University.

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