Ali Moazed

Manager, Distributed Generation Strategy & Policy

Pacific Gas and Electric Company

Ali seeks to study the relationship between the adoption of sustainable business practices and economic tools designed to quantify and internalize the costs associated with climate change and ecosystem services. He currently holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from The University of Cincinnati. Ali has worked as an environmental consultant and a project manager for Ohio EPA where he managed the restoration of 500+ acres of hazardous waste sites. In 2001, he was awarded Ohio EPA’s highest honor – The George P. Garrett Award for Professional Excellence. Ali also played guitar for a band that toured Europe 4 times and helped found an independent record/CD label currently valued at $8 MM. He enjoys cooking, running, playing backgammon, and reading about evolutionary psychology.