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Ms. Judy Chang: "The Challenges Associated with our Energy Transition"

  • 18 Oct 2023
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • 600 Atlantic Avenue, Boston, Paul Connolly Center 4th Fl

Ms. Judy Chang

Professor at the Harvard Kennedy School

Ms. Judy Chang, an Energy Economist and Policy Expert, is currently teaching a course on "Energy-Climate Transition" at the Harvard Kennedy School. With a background in electrical engineering, she formerly served as the Undersecretary of Energy and Climate Solutions for Massachusetts, where she played a pivotal role in shaping the state's energy sector policies and reducing carbon emissions. With over two decades of experience, including leadership roles at The Brattle Group, a global economic consulting firm, Judy provided expert guidance to energy companies, particularly in areas related to regulatory compliance, financial considerations, and investment choices in clean energy and transmission infrastructure. She is renowned for her expert testimonies before regulatory bodies in the United States and Canada and her extensive contributions to reports and articles focusing on economic aspects of power generation, clean energy, and energy storage. Ms. Judy Chang has been a key figure in collaborating with energy company executives and board members to craft corporate strategies.

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