Tyler Bailey conducts research and analysis on local-level energy efficiency policies, contributing to ACEEE’s work on community resilience, the energy-water nexus, and energy efficiency in low-income communities. He also contributes to the City Energy Efficiency Scorecard. He joined ACEEE in 2016.
Prior to joining ACEEE, Tyler worked as an intern at Environment America. He contributed to reports on renewable energy potential and climate change impacts on states across the United States.
Tyler earned a masters of arts in environmental natural resource policy, concentrating in energy from The George Washington University’s Columbian School of Arts in 2016. He earned a bachelor’s degree in environmental studies from Towson University in 2014.