Kailin Graham is a Graduate Research Assistant at CEEPR and is passionate about developing policy solutions to support an equitable energy transition in the face of climate change. He is currently pursuing an M.S. in Technology and Policy at MIT as a Fulbright Scholar. Before joining CEEPR, Kailin led the energy flexibility workstream at the Association for Decentralised Energy in London, UK, a trade association focused on improving policy for decentralised and demand-side energy technologies. Kailin holds a Bachelor of Chemical & Environmental Engineering (Honours Class I) from the University of Queensland, Australia, and his experience in the energy sector ranges from emissions regulation and consulting to hydrogen modelling and process engineering.