Kailin Graham is a former Fulbright Scholar at MIT and a Graduate Researcher at the Center for Energy & Environmental Policy Research focused on just transition policy. His experience in the energy sector ranges from consulting on distributed energy resources and grid modernization to engineering roles in hydrogen and oil & gas, and spans the US, the UK and Australia. Prior to MIT, Kailin led the energy flexibility policy workstream at the Association for Decentralised Energy in London, UK, a trade association advocating for the integration of distributed energy resources into electricity markets. Kailin is currently pursuing a dual S.M. in Technology & Policy and Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, specializing in energy and climate policy and regulation. He holds a Bachelor of Chemical & Environmental Engineering as a Hawken Scholar from the University of Queensland, Australia.