M.S., energy and resources, University of California at Berkeley; B.S., physics, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Summary of Experience
Mr. Hibbard has public and private sector experience in energy and environmental technologies, economics, market structures, and policy. He has provided technical and policy analysis as well as strategic advice to clients on power system planning, electricity market and rate design, natural gas markets, energy infrastructure needs, energy facility siting, market-based emission control policies, utility structure and procurement practices, and the administration of energy policy programs. Mr. Hibbard's work has addressed the implications of new public policy programs; the impacts of infrastructure development options on market pricing and ratepayer costs; the evolution of electricity market structures; utility ratemaking practices; and the transfer of U.S. federal and state emission control programs to other countries. He served as chairman of the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities, member of the Massachusetts Energy Facilities Siting Board, and has testified before Congress, state legislatures, and federal and state regulatory agencies. Mr. Hibbard also has authored numerous articles, white papers, and reports for journals, foundations, commissions, and industry organizations.