Roman Kramarchuk leads efforts to analyze the impacts of the energy transition – driven by policy changes and technology advancements – on the energy sector, with special focus on clean energy technologies (i.e. hydrogen, stationary storage, electric vehicles/alternative transport, renewables, etc.). He oversees Future Energy Outlooks content, advising clients on medium and long term energy market views (including reference case and 2 degree scenarios). Roman launched and continues to oversee the Greenhouse Gas and North American Environmental Markets – content areas - covering analytics and outlooks around carbon/environmental markets & policies.
Prior to joining PIRA, now part of S&P Global Commodity Insights, he was at the U.S. EPA, developing key power plant and industrial emissions regulations at the Clean Air Markets Division. With PG&E and before that at PA Consulting / PHB Hagler Bailly, he evaluated strategies regarding power sector fuel choice, capital investments and trading. Roman also worked on international projects to develop power markets and regulatory capacity in Ukraine, Armenia and India. At the Federal Reserve Board, Roman analyzed trends in industrial production.
He has an M.P.P. from the Harvard Kennedy School and a B.A. in economics and B.S.E. in systems engineering from the University of Pennsylvania.