Amy brings experience in analyzing energy markets and policy as well as designing and evaluating energy efficiency programs. Her leadership has helped our utility, government, and private-sector clients achieve extraordinary results in demand-side management, renewable energy, climate change, and other sustainability efforts.
She has designed successful energy efficiency programs and large utility portfolios, as well as education, and outreach initiatives, for clients such as the Cities of Boulder, Colorado and Arlington, Virginia, Consolidated Edison, PPL Electric Utilities, Alliant Energy, Louisville Gas and Electric/Kentucky Utilities, the Bonneville Power Administration, and the Texas State Energy Conservation Office. Amy’s work with utility clients often extends beyond program planning to support the regulatory approval process, facilitate collaborative delivery and stakeholder buy-in, develop operating strategies, and generally support the implementation process.
Amy also has managed evaluations of diverse DSM programs, using the results to shape new program designs and implementation strategies. Her evaluation clients have included Consumers Energy, Entergy Arkansas, Inc., Southwestern Electric Power Company, Pacific Gas and Electric, Xcel Energy, and PPL Electric Utilities.
Amy holds a master’s degree in environmental policy and management from the University of Denver and a bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University.
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