- Ph.D Student
- Interested in impacts of electric power system policies on system operations, reliability, emissions, and cost
Nick has a BS in Economics from Bradley University and MS in Economics from Illinois University. From 2008 to 2011, he worked as an economist for the Illinois Commerce Commission’s Federal Energy Program, with a focus on PJM and MISO operations and policy. From 2011 to 2014, Nick was a lecturer and research associate with Illinois State University’s Economics Department and Institute for Regulatory Policy Studies. He is focused on public policy and markets for electric power at UC Davis and is working with the Davis Energy Economics Program.