Luke May

Attorney Fellow, Climate & Clean Energy Program

Luke May's duties include litigation relating to the repeal of the Clean Power Plan (American Lung Association v. EPA) as well as other Clean Air Act litigation. Prior to joining NRDC, May held positions as a regulatory analyst at the Oregon Department of Energy relating to the siting of energy facilities, as a contract attorney for a law firm that focused on public utility and energy law, as a staff attorney at the Florida Department of Health, as well as other attorney and regulatory positions in general civil litigation and at a medical device startup company. May also served as a research assistant to a lead author on the most recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) 1.5° Special Report and was a member of various energy committees, including the Oregon Solar Energy Industries Association (OSEIA) Policy Committee, the Climate Change sub-committee of the Oregon State Bar, and the Association of Energy Service Professionals. May received a bachelor's degree in economics from Willamette University and a J.D. from Florida State Law School. He is based in NRDC's Washington, D.C., office. 

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