Christopher Casey

Utility Regulatory Director, New York, Climate & Energy

Chris Casey advocates to advance climate and clean energy policy priorities in New York at the New York Independent System Operator (NYISO) and before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. His work focuses on NYISO wholesale power markets, electric and gas system planning, and increasing deployment of clean energy resources and energy efficiency. Prior to joining NRDC, Casey was an energy attorney at a law firm in New Jersey, served as assistant attorney general to the Washington State Utilities and Transportation Commission, and worked at a public power utility. He holds a JD and a master's in environmental law and policy from Vermont Law School and a bachelor's degree from Bates College. 

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Areas of Work
Renewable Energy

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