Dr. Emily Beagle is a research associate in the Webber Energy Group at The University of Texas at Austin. She currently works on energy policy and pathways to decarbonization of the global energy system with a particular focus on the deployment and use of hydrogen to reduce emissions in the hardest to abate sectors. She is interested in using technical and engineering analysis to inform energy policy development.
Prior to joining the Webber Energy Group, she was a senior associate with the Climate Aligned Industries program at RMI and led the policy work for the Green Hydrogen Catapult project. She also served as the ASME Congressional Fellow in Energy in the office of Senator Tina Smith in 2020. She holds bachelor degrees in energy systems engineering and mechanical engineering, as well as a masters and Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from the University of Wyoming.
Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering – 2018 – University of Wyoming
M.S. Mechanical Engineering – 2014 – University of Wyoming
B.S. Mechanical Engineering – 2012 – University of Wyoming
B.S. Energy Systems Engineering – 2012 – University of Wyoming
NSF Graduate Research Fellowship – Spring 2013
Nielson Graduate Excellence Fellowship – Spring 2016
Outstanding Poster Presentation – 2nd Place – C3E Women in Clean Energy Symposium – November 2015
Selected Attendee – International School on Energy Systems – Germany – September 2015