MEEP Candidate, CEEP
Christopher Brehm is a Master of Energy and Environmental Policy student at CEEP. He holds a B.A. with honors in economics from Penn State University, graduating from the Schreyer Honors College. His honors research explored corruption and its impact on foreign investment. His current research focuses on energy policy and sustainable development, particularly the methodology in conducting impact assessments of shale oil and gas development. As a member of CEEP, Christopher has contributed to research projects and reports sponsored by the Asian Development Bank, the Korea Energy Economics Institute, and the READY project. He is also a lead student analyst with the Mid-Atlantic Industrial Assessment Center, which conducts DOE-funded energy efficiency audits to regional industrial and commercial facilities. He is also a member of the Energy and Environmental Policy Student Association’s executive board. Prior to joining CEEP, he worked as a teacher in Korea for three years.