Stephanie joined Capstone in 2016 and is Vice President of Climate Strategies and Sustainability in the energy team. She focuses on clean energy investment themes and policy triggers impacting low and zero-carbon market opportunities and sustainability including renewables, energy storage, hydrogen and nuclear generation. In addition, Stephanie analyses the impacts of federal and state environmental policy as well as wholesale energy and capacity market policies. Prior to joining Capstone, she worked at M.J. Bradley & Associates, focusing on regulatory compliance issues in the power sector. Previously, Stephanie worked in the Office of Air and Radiation of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), in the Clean Air Markets Division building technical support for various aspects of the Kyoto Protocol. She helped develop the nation’s first NOx emissions trading program and analyzed the environmental impacts of EPA’s sulfur dioxide emissions trading program. She has considerable international experience, having directed bilateral projects between the United States and the governments of China and Mexico on behalf of the USEPA. Stephanie received a BS degree in Mathematics from the University of Wisconsin and an MS in Environmental Science from the University of Virginia. She lives in Bethesda, Maryland.