Hamilton is a Research Analyst for E-Mobility with WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities. He works to advance transportation electrification through policy analysis and research on topics related to electric school buses, electric fleets, and vehicle charging.
Hamilton served as an intern with the E-Mobility team before obtaining a full-time position. Prior to joining WRI, Hamilton worked with the Army National Guard Energy Branch as a Sustainability Analyst, assessing the sustainability performance of 12 states and territories.
Hamilton holds B.A.’s in political science and international affairs from the University of Georgia in Athens, GA. He obtained his Masters in Sustainable Energy and Environmental Management from the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, GA.
Hamilton is often cooking for his fiancé or watching Atlanta United and Manchester City on tv. He is also the founder of Greener Future America, an educational website and blog focusing on climate change, clean energy, and policy topics.
Advancing Equity-Centered Zero-Emission Delivery ZonesWorking with government, businesses and communities to study and implement zero-emission freight and other zones in cities.
NDC Transport Initiative for AsiaSupporting a holistic approach to decarbonizing the transport sector in Asia
Electric School Bus InitiativeCleaner air for healthier communities and normalizing electric mobility for an entire generation