Kelly Sims Gallagher is the Associate Professor of Energy and Environmental Policy at The Fletcher School. Gallagher’s research explores the role of policy in developing cleaner and more efficient energy technologies with a regional focus on the United States and China. Gallagher directs the Energy, Climate, and Innovation research program in the Center for International Environment and Resource Policy at The Fletcher School. Previously, she directed the Energy Technology Innovation Policy research group at Harvard University’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs where she serves on the Board of Directors. Gallagher was a Truman scholar and received both a MALD and PhD in International Affairs from The Fletcher School.
Read Gallagher’s recent article, “Why & How Governments Support Renewable Energy,” which investigates the underlying societal factors that influence a government to adopt and enact favorable policies for renewable energy.
View Gallagher's personal website here.