Alex Kizer

Senior Vice President of Research and Analysis

At EFI, Kizer (pronounced KI-zer) oversees all qualitative and quantitative analysis for EFI reports, including Optionality, Flexibility & Innovation: Pathways for Deep Decarbonization in California; Advancing the Landscape of Clean Energy Innovation, for Bill Gates’ Breakthrough Energy; Investing in Natural Gas for Africans, a project sponsored by the Africa50 infrastructure fund; and white papers on blockchain technology applications for energy, an examination of the U.S. nuclear enterprise and the role it plays in national security, studies on large-scale carbon management, and a variety of budgetary analyses.

Kizer brings over 15 years of experience advising clients at institutions, such as Sandia National Laboratories, the National Infrastructure Simulation and Analysis Center, the U.S. Department of Energy, the U.S. Department of Defense, as well as energy companies that operate in the Middle East and Europe.

At EFI, he designs and manages projects that focus on investment strategies for accelerating clean energy innovation, oversees cost-benefit analyses of electric sector cyber security, develops methods for valuing U.S. energy security, and examines techniques for evaluating the emission savings from the at-scale deployment of all clean technologies.

Kizer holds a Bachelor of Arts in public policy from Ohio University and a Master of Arts in international security studies from American University.

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