Get in touch
Annie has more than five years of experience providing regulatory support and subject matter expertise to utility clients. She supports distribution system planning efforts to modernize the electric grid. Her experience includes organizing and supporting utility stakeholder engagement processes focused on the distribution grid’s future in California, Nevada, and New York.
Areas of expertise
M.A., Middlebury Institute of International Studies (Projected Graduation: May 2022)
B.S., University of California, Davis
- Jones, David, Keith Davidson, Rod Hite, and Annie Howley. (March 2019). A Comprehensive Assessment of Small Combined Heat and Power Technical Market Potential in California. California Energy Commission. Publication Number: CEC-500-2019-030.
- De Martini, Paul, Carolyn Brouillard, Matt Robison, and Annie Howley. (2016). The Rising Value of Stakeholder Engagement in Today’s High-Stakes Power Landscape. ICF.
- De Martini, Paul, Tony Brunello, and Annie Howley. (2016). Planning for More Distributed Energy Resources on the Grid: A Summary for Policy-Makers on the Walk-Jog-Run Model. More Than Smart.