Donate Menu


Emily Goldfield



  • India
  • Office of the Chief Scientist

Emily is an Associate in the Office of the Chief Scientist, working primarily on the India Mobility Transformation initiative.


At Stanford University’s Civil & Environmental Engineering (Atmosphere/Energy) program, Emily worked on projects such as modeling community-scale solar developments and researching alternative fishing boat fuels. She has previously worked in private equity consulting.


Bachelor of Science, Civil & Environmental Engineering (Atmosphere/Energy program), Stanford University


Basalt, CO

Authored Blog Posts

RMI’s 2017 Micropower Database Release: Electricity Generation from Micropower Is on the Rise while Nuclear Power’s Output Share Continues to Flatline

Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) just released its 2017 Micropower Database, a compilation of global generation and capacity data for low-carbon micropower and nuclear electricity sources. “Micropower” refers to sources of electricity that are relatively small, modular, mass-producible, quick-to-deploy, and hence rapidly scalable. For the purposes of this database, it means…