Economic & Trade Policy Paper of the Month

Economic & Trade Policy Paper of the Month

David Steven Jacoby and the team at Boston Strategies International recently completed a policy study on clean energy value chains, which involved a comparison of the value added and levelized cost of energy for natural gas combined cycle, solar photovoltaic, wind and geothermal technologies. 

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Boston Strategies International conducts scientific researchtechnical feasibility studies, and commercial due diligence evaluations that help oil, gas, power and natural resource companies profitably transition to clean energy and e-mobility. We work for business unit and functional department heads, as well as finance, procurement and marketing executives who are responsible for making strategic or long-term commercial decisions involving energy technologies.

David Steven Jacoby has consulted to energy, automotive, and other clients in over 50 countries, has taught graduate Operations Management at Boston University, and serves or has served on the Board of Directors and/or committees of the North American Electric Reliability CorporationNew York Energy Week, the University of Pennsylvania (Technology & Innovation Society), APICS (President & Chair, Boston APICS); the Council of Logistics Management (President & Chair, New England Roundtable); the Institute for Supply Management’s (VP, Logistics & Transportation Group), the International Supply Chain Education Alliance (Chief Judge, Ptak Prize Selection Committee), and others. He holds an MBA from the Wharton School, a Masters in International Business from The Joseph H. Lauder Institute of International Studies, and a Bachelor of Science in Finance and Economics from the University of Pennsylvania. 

Thanks and Regards,

David Steven Jacoby
Global Supply Chain Management Consultant
https://davidjacoby.bostonstrategies.com
Twitter: @dsjacoby

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