Charles Hua is a CESA Research Fellow, helping to document and analyze state 100% clean energy plans. He is a junior at Harvard College studying Statistics and Mathematics with a minor in Energy and Environment. At Harvard, Charles conducts research on blockchain applications in energy and green hydrogen at Harvard Kennedy School, serves on the Harvard Presidential Committee on Sustainability, and advises Fortune 500 companies and international NGOs on sustainability and energy issues. He is helping Harvard write its new sustainability plan, helped organize the 2021 MIT Energy Conference, and launched and organized a campaign that successfully petitioned the Madison Metropolitan School District to become the then-largest US school district with a 100% renewable energy resolution. He serves on the Board of Directors for environmental nonprofits Clean Wisconsin, Energy News Network, and Slipstream. Charles is deeply passionate about renewable energy, corporate sustainability, and international climate policy to drive a clean energy transition.