Chelsea is a researcher on the ICCT Fuels team and co-cluster coordinator for the Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Cluster. Chelsea’s research focuses on opportunities to reduce the greenhouse gas impact of liquid and gaseous fuels in Europe and Indonesia. Prior to her work at the ICCT, Chelsea was a research assistant for the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, Massachusetts, where she conducted several experiments assessing greenhouse gas emissions and nutrient cycling in soil warming plots. She holds a Master of Environmental Management in Environmental Economics and Policy from Duke University and a B.A. in Environmental Sciences and Economics from Northwestern University.