Jackson Parthasarathy is an associate at Grid United responsible for supporting commercial activities through grid analysis. In this role, Jackson helps quantify and demonstrate the economic and grid reliability value propositions of interregional transmission.
In previous roles, Jackson created a novel joint production cost and capacity expansion model for the PJM market, the largest – and widely regarded as the most complex – energy market in the world. He has led short, mid, and long-term energy market forecasting and research resulting in the publication of market outcomes in response to changing policies, commodity prices, and technology costs.
Jackson holds a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Rice University and a master’s in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Stanford University. He was a member of the varsity baseball teams at both Rice and Stanford.