[Formula presented]Jesse D. Jenkins is an assistant professor at Princeton University in the department of mechanical and aerospace engineering and the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment. He is a macro-scale energy systems engineer with a focus on the rapidly evolving electricity sector and leads the Princeton ZERO Lab, which focuses on improving and applying optimization-based energy systems models to evaluate low-carbon energy technologies and generate insights to guide policy and planning decisions. Jesse earned a PhD and SM from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and was previously a postdoctoral environmental fellow at Harvard University. [Formula presented]Nestor A. Sepulveda is a management consultant working in corporate strategy, technology development, decarbonization, sustainable investing, and advanced analytics. Nestor earned a PhD from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology developing methodologies that combine operations research and analytics to guide the energy transition and cleantech development. He received a SM in technology and policy working on energy policy and economics and a SM in nuclear science and engineering, both from MIT. Nestor is a former Naval Officer who served for more than 10 years in the Chilean Navy.
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