Emily is a Senior Associate with Rocky Mountain Institute’s U.S. Electricity and India Mobility Practices, based in RMI’s Basalt, Colorado office. Recently she has been working with Holy Cross Energy, the local electric cooperative, to explore community-based solutions for increasing energy resilience in the Upper Roaring Fork Valley. Outside of her work with Holy Cross Energy, she spends much of her time working with the Government of India to support the transition to a shared, clean, and connected mobility system. She holds a degree in Civil & Environmental Engineering (Atmosphere/Energy program) from Stanford University.
Emily Goldfield is an intern in the Office of the Chief Scientist, working primarily on the India Mobility Transformation initiative. She holds a degree from Stanford University in Civil and Environmental Engineering (Atmosphere/Energy program), where she worked on projects such as modeling community-scale solar developments and researching alternative fishing boat fuels. She has previously worked in private equity consulting.