graduate research assistant
Nick Stumo-Langer is a second-year Masters of Public Policy student at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs. He is researching low- and moderate-income access to community shared solar across the country and is excited to connect his interests in poverty abatement with energy issues. Prior to Humphrey, Nick headed up communications and was an energy research associate for the national nonprofit, the Institute for Local Self-Reliance. In this time, he honed skills of communicating complex policy ideas to lay audiences and gained a passion for fighting monopoly power. Nick is a graduate of St. Olaf College where he gained a Bachelors of Arts in History and Political Science with a Minor in Middle Eastern Studies. Outside of school, Nick enjoys camping, reading, watching all of Minnesota's sports teams (sigh), playing with his dog (Dakota), and cooking new recipes.
Reply Comment on Value of Solar 2019 Vintage (Docket No. M-13-867). (Public Comment)
Comment on Value of Solar 2019 Vintage (Docket No. M-13-867). (Public Comment)
In the News
“Updating the History of Modern American Monopolies.” Humphrey Public Affairs Review. (Fall 2018/Spring 2019)