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Matthew Holland
CATF Expert

Matthew Holland

Regional Hubs Manager, Gulf Coast


Matthew Holland is CATF’s Gulf Coast Regional Hubs Manager. He works alongside the Zero-Carbon Fuels and Carbon Capture teams to advance the decarbonization of industrial emission sources in the Gulf of Mexico region. In his role as a Hubs Manager, Matthew facilitates communication, education, and policy advocacy among a wide range of stakeholders with a focus on carbon capture, hydrogen, and ammonia production in the region. His work in the Gulf Coast is part of a broader effort by CATF to partner with regional, state, and local policy makers to identify paths to decarbonization that effectively reduce emissions, create economic opportunity, and address environmental harms from incumbent industries.

Prior to joining CATF in 2023, Matthew worked as a data analyst and research associate at the Kathleen Babineaux Blanco Public Policy Center. His research experience includes examining regulatory approaches for offshore wind and utility-scale solar, facilitating stakeholder engagement processes for statewide planning efforts, and authoring legislative policy briefs on a wide range of topics. Matthew holds a B.S.B.A. in Economics from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and currently resides in his hometown of Lafayette, LA.