Samuel Grausz is an associate at Climate Advisers and manages its domestic energy practice. He has extensive experience working with leading energy companies and has co-authored several studies for prominent think tanks, including Resources for the Future (RFF) and the Center for American Progress. Samuel also holds a research position at RFF, where he works with leading economists on a broad set of energy and environmental policy issues ranging from state-level energy efficiency policies to national carbon policy. Previously, he worked at National Economic Research Associates (NERA), a Washington, DC-based economic consulting firm, where he participated in environmental, energy, anti-trust, and intellectual property cases. Samuel received his B.A. in economics and political science magna cum laude from Amherst College.