Emily Chessin is a Senior Associate at Cadmus and leads the firm’s International Climate and Energy Practice. She brings significant experience in renewable energy policy and regulation, energy transition planning, and electricity sector governance. Over the past 7 years, Emily has assessed and developed policy and regulatory frameworks in the Caribbean, enabling countries to improve their renewable portfolios and establish financing mechanisms that encourage sustainability, efficiency and resilience. She is a leading Policy Expert for the Clean Energy Solutions Center (CESC), where she provides on-call technical assistance to emerging economy governments on clean energy policy design, finance, and market development strategies. Ms. Chessin has also supported solar PV soft cost reduction programs and demand aggregation programs in the US and India and has worked with US state and regional entities in addressing clean energy barriers. Prior to joining Cadmus, Ms. Chessin worked at the World Resources Institute on international climate change finance and electricity sector governance. She holds a master’s degree from the Fletcher School at Tufts University and a bachelor’s degree from Gettysburg College.