Research Fellow, Texas Energy Poverty Research Institute
Jacquie Moss is Research Fellow at the Texas Energy Poverty Research Institute. She conducts research, analysis, and data visualization on topics related to equitable access to affordable energy across Texas. Jacquie has an undergraduate degree in architecture from the University of Texas at Austin and a Master’s in Environmental Management from the University of San Francisco. Certified in geospatial analysis, she combines her skills as a systems thinker, visual storyteller, and academic researcher to analyze and describe the complex relationship between poverty and energy. As Research Fellow at the Texas Energy Poverty Research Institute (TEPRI), she is committed to TEPRI’s mission of inspiring lasting energy solutions for low-income communities across Texas. We work with teams of experts to conduct research, build evidence, create tools, and partner with local jurisdictions to pilot and test new practices that can scale through effective networks. Our efforts aim to improve the systems that are needed to enable sustainable energy solutions to reach underserved communities so that their benefits may flow to those most in need.
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