Energy. Environment. Economics. Three cornerstones that shape the electricity industry today. E3 has operated at the nexus of energy, environment, and economics since its inception in 1989. Our analysis has informed debate on many of the key issues facing the electricity industry today. From regulated utilities to restructured markets, from distributed resources to high voltage transmission, we understand electricity economics. Our experts will help you chart your path through this dynamic landscape.
E3 is delighted to announce that Dr. Nancy E. Ryan has joined the firm as Director of Policy and Strategy. Dr. Ryan is an economist with over two decades of experience in energy and environmental policy. Her career path has included positions in government, academia, advocacy and the private sector. "Dr. Ryan's extensive experience and diverse professional background will bring a new strategic dimension to E3's services for both our public and private-sector clients" noted E3 Managing Partner Dr. Ren Orans, adding that "she has a demonstrated track record of solving tough problems that will be a tremendous asset to our clients."
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On April 9, E3 Chief Scientist Jim Williams spoke to the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network chaired by noted economist Jeffrey Sachs, Director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University. Jim was invited to discuss the recent paper by E3 and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in Science, "The Technology Path to Deep Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reductions by 2050." Dr. Sachs called the paper "the best single study" on the long-term transition to a sustainable, low-carbon economy, and urged that similar studies be conducted for "every country on the planet in the next two years."