Patty Cook is a Sr. Vice President with ICF’s Commercial Energy practice. As a strategic leader with over 25 years of experience in energy, environmental policy, and management consulting, she helps clients realize opportunities to drive growth and innovation. Patty leads ICF’s client initiatives related to the “utility of the future” to inform and enable the transformation to a customer-centric 21st Century grid. Her role in redefining integrated DSM helps clients navigate the transformation being shaped by customer preferences and behaviors, regulatory policy and the rapid proliferation of technology. She advises clients on the development of alternative business models and revenue streams, integrated distribution planning and strategy, financial models for the analysis of non-wires alternatives portfolios and innovative demand management through the deployment of customer-sided assets, smart home technologies and control platforms.
Patty has a Bachelor’s of Science in Conservation of Natural Resources from U.C. Berkeley and an executive certificate in Strategy and Innovation from the MIT Sloan School of Management.