Kevin Steinberger joined E3 in 2018 and works out of our New York City office. As a member of E3’s planning group, he helps utilities and state agencies plan for a low-carbon grid and analyzes how different policies and business models affect clean energy deployment. He also works with E3’s distributed energy resources (DER) group, supporting rate design and helping utilities evaluate opportunities for customers to employ DERs.
Some of Kevin’s recent E3 projects include analyzing a range of Value of Distributed Energy Resources (VDER) tariff designs under New York’s Reforming the Energy Vision (REV); modeling the impacts of dramatically increased spending to reach an aggressive state-level energy efficiency target; and analyzing the feasibility, timing, and cost associated with one state’s exploration of an ultra-high renewable energy future.
Kevin is dedicated to facilitating a sustainable and equitable transformation of the energy system and finding ways to accelerate clean energy growth at the pace and scale needed to avoid the worst impacts of climate change. He was drawn to E3 by the chance to tackle the energy industry’s toughest challenges and develop tools that will drive the implementation of clean energy solutions.
Prior to joining E3, Kevin spent four years at the Natural Resources Defense Council, where he worked with states, power companies, and other stakeholders to analyze the impacts of potential federal climate policies. Kevin enjoys running, hiking, and scuba diving in his free time.
Education: MS, mechanical engineering, Stanford University; BS, mechanical engineering, Princeton University
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