Benjamin Krebs is an applied economist with a focus on environmental and energy topics. His research encompasses a variety of questions concerning air pollution. He works on human-related outcomes of air pollutants, on particulate matter monitoring, and how public policies influence air pollution. At CEEPR, Benjamin Krebs takes part in a research project led by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), that aims to improve the efficiency of and increase participation in wholesale electricity markets, with an emphasis on demand-response mechanisms.
Before joining CEEPR, Benjamin Krebs completed his PhD at the University of Lucerne, Switzerland, part of which he spent at Columbia University as a visiting PhD student.
Personal website: https://benjaminkrebs.me