Luke provides clients with analysis of regulatory and policy initiatives on energy and climate change issues. He also develops and contributes to technical evaluations, data processing tools, and GIS analyses that focus on costs, emissions, and trends in the electric, transportation, and other end-use sectors.
Prior to joining MJB&A, Luke taught physics to undergraduates and conducted academic and laboratory research on a variety of energy, climate, and sustainability issues.
Luke holds a BS in Environmental Systems Engineering from Pennsylvania State University and an MS in Energy, Civil Infrastructure, and Climate from the University of California, Berkeley. In his free time, Luke enjoys watching sports, camping, and exploring the outdoors.