Emily Bergan

 

Analyst 802-482-5003 ebergan@energyfuturesgroup.com

Biography

Emily is an Analyst at Energy Futures Group in Hinesburg, Vermont, providing research and analytical support. Prior to joining EFG, Emily worked in the legal sector, working as a paralegal in the Energy and Telecommunications division of the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office. She graduated from the University of Connecticut in 2014, where she studied Resource Economics concentrating in Environmental Economics and Policy. As a student, Emily conducted research on land conservation tax incentive programs in Connecticut towns, and graduated as a member of the university Honors program. Emily also interned at the Connecticut League of Conservation Voters and the CT Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, where she supported sustainable transportation and environmental compliance efforts.

Education

  • B.S., Resource Economics, University of Connecticut, 2014

Experience

2018-present

Analyst, Energy Futures Group, Hinesburg, VT

2016-2017

Legal Assistant, Kensington Swan, Wellington, New Zealand

2014-2015

Paralegal, Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office, Boston, MA

Selected Projects

    • DesignLights Consortium. Developed database to compare lighting products to DLC qualified product list standards, coordinated interviews with lighting industry professionals. (2018)

 

    • Vermont Public Service Department. Coordinated logistics and developed presentation tools for stakeholder meetings for the Energy Code Update, conducted analysis on code measure costing to support Residential Energy Code Update. (2018)

 

    • Citizens Action Coalition. Reviewed discovery and conducted research and analysis on Mid-West energy efficiency to support testimony. (2018)

 

    • Natural Resources Defense Council. Conducted research on the success of non-wires alternatives pilot programs. (2018)

 

    • Vermont Public Service Department. Developed database and calculations for benchmarking project and generated charts to present key takeaways. (2018)

 

    • Vermont Public Service Department. Delivered survey insights and provide support for clean energy financing project. (2018)

 

    • Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office. Reviewed and edited energy consultant exhibits for content and clarity prior to Department of Public Utility hearings. (2015)

 

    • Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection. Managed and improved environmental compliance database. Created fact sheets to educate the public about sustainable alternatives to conventional products. (2014)

 

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