Daniel Bowie joined the Transition Accelerator, founded by James Meadowcroft Research Director, to help design, model, and assess the technoeconomic viability of promising end-use electrification pathways and to identify opportunities to accelerate the deployment of electrification as a key decarbonization strategy. Prior to joining the Transition Accelerator, Daniel spent six years working as an energy consultant for ICF International, where he helped conduct energy efficiency and electrification potential studies, prepared utility demand-side management plans, assessed the technoeconomic viability of innovative energy technologies, and co-developed decarbonization pathway models for various climate plans.

Daniel holds a Master of Applied Science in Sustainable Energy Engineering from Carleton University, and a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of New Brunswick.