Felder selected as judge for Hult Prize at Rutgers Pitch Competition

December 7, 2017

Frank Felder, Director of the Center for Energy, Economic and Environmental Policy at the Bloustein School, was selected as one of seven judges for the Hult Prize at Rutgers Pitch Competition being held on Friday, December 8 at the Rutgers Business School. This year’s competition is “Transform: Harnessing the Power of Energy to Transform the Lives of 10 Million People.” Frank is an expert in energy policy and electricity markets whose research and teaching interests include the reliability and economics of electricity markets, state energy policy, energy efficiency and renewable energy evaluation, and integrated energy modeling. Information about the Rutgers Pitch Competition may be found at http://www.hultprizeat.com/rutgers

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