Summary of Experience
Mr. Davis has worked on a variety of engagements at Concentric related to renewable energy, innovative regulatory models, nuclear regulatory issues, and expert testimony preparation. Prior to joining Concentric, Mr. Davis worked for over seven years on a wide range of electric power and regulatory issues at the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities. His experience at the Department includes matters pertaining to clean energy policies, grid modernization, dynamic pricing, competitive electric markets, utility provision of retail electric supply, electric system reliability, service quality, and utility mergers.
Mr. Davis’s experience in sustainable electricity policies and regulation includes utility-administered energy efficiency programs, electric rate decoupling, long-term contracts for renewable generation, electric vehicles, and net metering. As a part of Concentric’s Utility of the Future Team, he has supported utilities with regulatory construct reform, proposed innovation incentives, and utility-sponsored solar programs.
Mr. Davis has a Master’s degree in Public Policy from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, a B.A. cum laude from Harvard University, and a Master of Divinity from Andover Newton Theological School.
M.P.P., Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
M.Div., Andover Newton Theological School
B.A. cum laude, Harvard University
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