Energy Policy Analyst
- JD (candidate), 2015, Univeristy of San Diego
- MS, 2011, Columbia University
- BA, 2010, Occidental College
Clark Gordon is an energy policy analyst at the Energy Policy Initiatives Center (EPIC) at USD School of Law. His contributions to EPIC focus largely on energy and greenhouse gas emissions modeling. Recent work includes aiding in the design and development of a community-scale greenhouse gas emissions model, capable of forecasting both business-as-usual emissions levels and dynamic mitigated emissions levels for each city within the San Diego region.
Prior to joining EPIC in May of 2012, Gordon worked as an engineer for a research and development company focusing on renewable energy technology applications. His work focused primarily on hydro-mechanical solar energy collection systems. Gordon holds a BA in Physics and Mathematics from Occidental College (Los Angeles) and a MS in Engineering Mechanics with a focus on Energy Dynamics from Columbia University (New York, N.Y). Mr. Gordon is a JD Candidate at the University of San Diego School of Law, class of 2015.