Amanda Levin oversees the development of modeling, analyses, and materials for NRDC’s advocacy on climate and clean energy priorities at the state, local, and federal levels. Her work has focused on deep decarbonization modeling, energy policy analysis of both legislative and regulatory action, wholesale and retail energy market design, oil and gas markets, and utility regulatory and ratemaking issues. She previously served as the technical lead for NRDC’s Eastern Energy team, overseeing the development of modeling, analyses, and materials for NRDC’s advocacy in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast.
Levin also serves as an expert witness for NRDC and partner organizations in front of state utility commissions, state legislatures, and federal agencies. Levin’s research on electric restructuring, utility business model design, dynamic pricing, industrial energy efficiency program design, and decarbonization strategies have also been published in a variety of academic press and journals. She holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in public policy from Stanford University. She is based in NRDC’s Washington, D.C., office.