Andrew Holland is the CEO of the Fusion Industry Association, and an expert on energy, climate change, and infrastructure policy - and how they relate to national security.
Selected Work by Holland
On July 11, 2018, after President Trump attacked Germany and NATO over the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, Holland wrote about how, while Trump had a point, as usual he got the details wrong. Read what he should have said in "What Trump Should Have Told Germany About Russian Gas."
In the June 2016 print edition of Scientific American, “Preventing Tomorrow’s Climate Wars” discusses about the links between climate change and national security and what the military is doing on climate change.
On April 1, 2014, Holland was quoted in an article in the New York Times, “Old Forecast of Famine May Yet Come True” by Eduardo Porter, saying “There is a rigorous correlation between food price spikes and urban unrest.”
On Wednesday, December 10, 2014, Holland testified before the House Subcommittee on Europe, Eurasia, and Emerging Threats. The hearing, “The United States as an Arctic Nation: Opportunities in the High North” examined US policy in the lead up to the Chairmanship of the Arctic Council.
Published February 23, 2016 in the Wall Street Journal, Holland writes that increasing U.S. Gas Exports could stabilize the global marketplace and cut Putin's influence.
Published in April 2015, Holland's wrote "Reducing Vulnerability: A Transatlantic Approach to Energy Security" for the American Institute for Contemporary German Studies. It discusses how American diplomacy is changing to address the changes of the Energy Revolution.
Published in June 2015 in Breaking Energy, Holland writes about that we could have Fusion Energy Sooner and Cheaper because of breakthroughs in materials, 3D manufacturing, and science.