Celina Bonugli is a research analyst with the Global Energy Program and Charge, the World Resources Institute’s signature initiative. Within the U.S.
Celina Bonugli is a research analyst with the Global Energy Program and Charge, the World Resources Institute’s signature initiative. Within the U.S. electricity sector, Celina supports the facilitation of utility and corporate buyer collaborations in order to develop sound policy that promotes the use of renewable energy in traditional, regulated electricity markets. She also assists in the expansion of this work to India, China and Indonesia.
Prior to joining the WRI, Celina contributed to international renewable energy policy for developing countries with the Worldwatch Institute. Celina also worked with the Green Energy Institute and The Climate Trust in Portland, Oregon where she researched and analyzed relevant laws to develop greenhouse gas emission and climate related policy for the state.
Celina holds a Juris Doctor and a certificate in Environmental and Natural Resources law from Lewis and Clark Law School.