Tomas Green

Policy Analyst, EFI

Tomas Green (he/him) is a policy analyst at Energy Futures Initiative (EFI), where he provides research and insight on climate policy, negative emissions technology, and economics.

He graduated from MIT in 2020 with a masters in technology and policy, where he contributed to projects at the Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research. His thesis, “Distributed Household Effects of Climate Policy in the United States,” applied a machine learning model to estimate the household carbon footprint for every Census tract in the US and applied that analysis to estimate the costs and benefits of climate policy for families under different scenarios.

Green also served as a legislative fellow for Assistant Speaker of the House, Ben Ray Lujan, where he worked to advance the Representative’s clean energy agenda and his role on the Select Committee on the Climate Crisis. Formerly, Green was an intern for the Bipartisan Policy Center and the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. He graduated with Honors from the University of Kansas in 2018 with a B.S. in chemical engineering.