Paul J. Hibbard

Paul J. Hibbard



M.S., energy and resources, University of California, Berkeley; B.S., physics, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Summary of Experience

Mr. Hibbard is an expert on economics, strategy, regulation, and policy in the electric and natural gas industries. He has a comprehensive background merging business development, technical analysis, resource planning and development modeling, economics, and public policy in the energy and environmental fields. Mr. Hibbard has provided technical and strategic advice to government, industry, business, public interest groups, and trade organizations on energy market structure, electric and natural gas infrastructure planning and siting, utility resource solicitation and procurement, emission allocation and environmental policy, renewable resource program design and administration, transmission pricing, climate change policy, utility ratemaking practices, and the transfer of US federal and state emission control programs to other countries.

Prior to joining Analysis Group, Mr. Hibbard was chairman of the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities. During his tenure, he carried out a forward-looking ratemaking and policy agenda to advance energy efficiency and renewable resources, coordinate regional efforts in the development of energy resources and associated infrastructure, and promote the administration of fair and efficient transmission pricing models in regional and national contexts. He also has provided testimony on resource planning, competitive electricity markets, and transmission pricing in hearings before committees of the Massachusetts legislature and the US House of Representatives, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), and state and regional planning councils. Mr. Hibbard has also served as a member of many energy-related boards and committees.

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