Dr. Hyeongyul Roh's research focuses on policy-relevant topics in energy economics.
He is a postdoctoral fellow at the Duke University Energy Initiative. His research focuses on energy industry organization and clean energy policy by employing economic theory and diverse machine learning methods. His current research examines how public policies support renewable energy as well as drive private investments and technological innovations. His research also looks at how the increasing supply of intermittent wind and solar generation at scale is creating challenges for wholesale electricity markets. Hyeongyul has previously worked for the financial service industry as a quantitative analyst. He holds a Ph.D. in environmental and resource economics from NC State University and a M.S. in mathematical finance from Boston University.