EXPERT IN ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY
Andrew Holland is a Washington-based expert on energy, climate change, and infrastructure policy. He has worked at the center of debates about how to achieve sustainable energy security and how to effectively address climate change. As a persuasive writer and strategic analyst, he has spoken about energy security, Arctic policy, climate security, and water resources at high-level events in Brussels, China, Geneva, London, South Korea, and Washington, D.C.
Andrew is the Senior Fellow for Energy and Climate Policy with the American Security Project. He was a Legislative Assistant on Energy, Environment, and Infrastructure for United States Senator Chuck Hagel of Nebraska for three years, from 2006 through 2008. He worked in the US House of Representatives for the House Ways and Means Committee and the Office of Congresswoman Roukema.
He holds a Master's Degree in International Strategy and Economics from the University of St. Andrews in Scotland and a Bachelor's Degree in History and Economics from Wake Forest University in North Carolina.
He is originally from New York City, grew up in New Jersey, and currently resides in Old Town, Alexandria, with his wife and two daughters. To contact Andrew for writing assignments or speaking engagements, please go to Andrew's contact page.
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