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EnergySourceMay 5, 2023
Green hydrogen: Loaded up and (long-haul) trucking
By Joseph Webster, William Tobin
California and Texas are two potential markets to advance hydrogen-fueled trucking. Both states have excellent potential and can decarbonize heavy-duty transportation.
New AtlanticistApr 28, 2023
Lithium drives the energy transition. Will Chile’s plan to nationalize production be a speed bump?
By Ignacia Ulloa Peters, William Tobin
While state control of resources in Latin America regularly raises the alarms of investors, Chile's strong institutions and previous success create a positive outlook for its ability to deliver.
EnergySourceMar 28, 2023
Country spotlight: Unlocking a high-energy future for Zambia
By Maia Sparkman, William Tobin
Smart private sector investment in Zambia could drive a high-energy, high-growth future as the country reforms. This could make Zambia a model for neighboring countries looking to advance their own energy transformations.
William Tobin is a program assistant at the Atlantic Council Global Energy Center, where he focuses on energy and climate policy. William’s research efforts center on energy transitions in emerging markets; clean energy supply chains and critical materials; the future of oil and gas; and emerging technologies such as clean hydrogen and advanced batteries.
William is a co-author of the publication Alternative Battery Chemistries and Diversifying Clean Energy Supply Chains, and has been quoted in Radio Free Asia.
William is also active in planning and executing the Global Energy Center’s programming in Washington, D.C., as well as internationally at the UNFCCC Conference of Parties (COP) and the Atlantic Council’s annual Global Energy Forum.
William served previously for the US Department of State at a Regional Environment, Science & Technology, and Health Office; and for two members of the US House of Representatives.
He is a graduate of the University of Florida, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in biology.