Technology and Infrastructure Manager, Carbon Capture
Darryle Ulama joined CATF’s Carbon Capture team in 2023 as the Technology and Infrastructure Manager. Darryle was previously at Bloom Energy, where he led policy and regulatory strategy in green hydrogen, distributed energy resources, and industrial decarbonization as Senior Policy Manager in New York. Darryle’s prior work included providing technical input to the Energy Futures Initiative/ AFL-CIO’s analysis of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and Inflation Reduction Act, and serving as a Policy Fellow in the New York City Mayor’s Office of Resiliency.
He was also a graduate researcher for the MIT-Harvard Roosevelt Project, where he studied the infrastructural requirements of U.S. decarbonization pathways and developed modeling and spatial tools to understand the distributional impacts of energy transitions. Darryle holds a Master in City Planning with a concentration in Environmental Policy and Planning from MIT and an undergraduate degree in International Relations from the University of Pennsylvania.