Philip Rossetti

Director of Energy Policy and Data Analyst

Philip Rossetti is the Director of Energy at the American Action Forum.

Biography

Philip Rossetti is the Director of Energy Policy at the American Action Forum. His research addresses a range of energy policy issues, including carbon taxes, renewable energy, nuclear power, oil and natural gas, international energy trade, the renewable fuel standard, electricity markets, energy tax credits, international climate agreements, and transportation.

Philip’s research and insights have been highlighted in The Washington Post, CNBC, Bloomberg, Fox News, Axios, Politico, The Hill, National Review, The Washington Examiner, and other outlets. He has appeared on several television and radio news shows, and has served as a panelist for The Future of Clean Energy.

In addition to his role at the American Action Forum, Philip was a non-resident Young Leaders Fellow for the Center for the National Interest, and an Adjunct Fellow for the American Security Project. He has earned a Master of Arts in Diplomacy and International Relations at the Seton Hall University John C. Whitehead School of Diplomacy with concentrations in National Security and International Negotiations, and a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of New Mexico, where he was a National Security Studies Scholar researching nuclear nonproliferation.


Education

MA
Seton Hall University

BA
University of New Mexico


Education

MA
Seton Hall University

BA
University of New Mexico