Philip has over 15 years of experience supporting a diverse set of clients in navigating the technical, economic, and regulatory challenges associated with decarbonizing transportation fuels. He provides advisory services to public and private entities engaged in low carbon fuel deployment, including program feasibility and design, market analysis and forecasting, and project due diligence.
Philip plays a critical role in various aspects of transportation decarbonization. He has helped analyze and design transportation electrification initiatives for governments and utilities. For instance, he worked closely with the San Diego Association of Governments to create the Regional Electric Vehicle Charging Program, a novel regional effort to support transportation electrification. Philip has also led multiple studies on renewable natural gas (RNG) potential as a low carbon fuel for use in the transportation sector and other sectors. He was the lead author and researcher for a nationwide analysis of RNG for the American Gas Foundation and has followed that work up with various engagements with utilities and investors. Philip also provides market insights and analysis to investors, developers, and other market actors concerned with low carbon fuel deployment. He focuses on California’s Low Carbon Fuel Standard Program and the federal Renewable Fuel Standard Program. Philip has extensive work experience and recognized expertise in low carbon fuel standards, having led regulatory assessments in California, Oregon, Washington, Colorado, and the Midwestern States.
Ph.D., Physical Chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
B.A., Physics and Chemistry, Kalamazoo College