Jeremy Abcug graduated from Duke University in May 2022 with his Master of Environmental Management with a concentration in Energy & Environment. During his time at Duke, Jeremy worked alongside the Puerto Rico Community Fund to help establish the Caribbean’s first community-owned PV solar utility on the island of Culebra, Puerto Rico. As part of this project, he assisted in building a rate-design model to find a lower-than-conventional $/kWh rate that maximizes benefits for non-profit and C&I subscribers in the community.

Jeremy also spent a summer working at the Itaipu Dam (one of the world leaders of electricity production in the last 20 years) in Foz do Igaucu, Brazil, where he assisted with a variety of electricity generation projects, including assessing the feasibility of deploying biogas-fueled microgrids to power rural and last-mile communities in Brazil.

Jeremy cares deeply about universal access to affordable and reliable clean energy and is excited to contribute to this area of expertise at EQ Research.

Master of Environmental Management, Duke University
B.A., Environmental Studies, Washington & Lee University