Phil Farese is a member of the Washington D.C. Office in the Strategic Energy Analysis Center.
Senior Energy Analyst
On staff since March 2010
Phone number: 202-488-2205, 203-969-4372 (mobile)
Areas of expertise
- Evaluation of energy efficiency potential, cost, benefits, and barriers
- Sizing and costing renewable resources
- Strategically analyzing market and business dynamics
- Strategic analysis, management consulting, business process improvement
Primary research interests
- Developing comprehensive approaches to capture specific energy efficiency opportunities
- Improving DOE analysis, management, and operations
Education and background training
- Ph.D. in physics, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA. 2002.
- M.S. in physics, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA. 1998.
- B.A. in mathematics, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. 1996.
- B.A. in physics, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. 1996.
Prior work experience
- Engagement Manager, McKinsey & Company, Stamford CT (2005-2010).
- Dicke Fellow, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ (2002-2005).
- Fellow, Council on Science & Technology, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ (2002-2005).
"Unlocking Energy Efficiency in the U.S. Economy." (2008). Choi et. Al.; McKinsey & Company.
"New Measurements of Fine-Scale CMB Polarization Power Spectra from CAPMAP at Both 40 and 90 GHz." (2008). CAPMAP Collaboration, Astrophysical Journal.
"COMPASS: An Upper Limit on CMB Polarization at an Angular Scale of 20 arc minutes." (2004). Farese et. Al., Astrophysical Journal.
Playing with my children, ultimate frisbee, classical music, coffee roasting