Sarah Forbes

Sarah Forbes leads WRI’s work on carbon capture and storage (CCS). She developed her expertise in CCS with 8 years of experience in program management and energy analysis at the National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) and as a consultant with Potomac-Hudson Engineering. Her publications include Guidelines for Carbon Dioxide Capture, Transport, and Storage, work on regulatory frameworks CCS, the role of CCS in state climate change activities, and protocols for reporting CCS projects as greenhouse gas reductions. She previously led the education and roadmap development efforts for the Department of Energy’s Carbon Sequestration Research Program.

Sarah lives in Maine with her husband, son, and a dog named Moose. Sarah’s an outdoor enthusiast and her hobbies include cycling, kayaking, and cross-country skiing.

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