Daniel Lee

Daniel Lee
Yale School of Architecture, M.Arch I, 2025
Clean Energy Finance Forum

Daniel is a M.Arch I student at the Yale School of Architecture with an interest in the intersections between clean energy, finance, and the built environment. Daniel currently researches for the AMPS (Active Modular Phytoremediation System) under Yale CEA (Center for Ecosystems and Architecture) and writes for the Clean Energy Finance Forum under CBEY. Looking ahead, his interests are oriented toward the interrelated fields of construction innovation, vertical farming, and sustainable design/development.

Daniel graduated from the University of Chicago with a Major in Political Science and a Minor in Architectural Studies. Beyond school and work, you’ll usually find him in a cinema.

Authored Articles
 Zachary Pierce

An Interview With Zachary Pierce of the AES Corporation

Although the gestures of the bill were certainly made clear, there is still much discussion and clarification to be had, let’s say, concerning the manufactured in America part. The provisions currently seem to demand that 40% of the manufactured components in the facility to be manufactured within America to be...
We look at some of the investments, like onshore wind near farmland, that seem compelling with the Inflation Reduction Act in place

Explainer: Who Can Now Benefit From US Tax Equity Policy?

Two core incentives take center stage to enhance the market penetrability of renewable energy under the IRA: (ITC) and (PTC). What are the ITC and PTC? Who is eligible? What are the revisions made under the IRA? If these questions sound familiar, this explainer...