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Chris MacCracken

Chris MacCracken joined ICF in 2000. He currently leads the Power Team within EAI’s Commercial Energy Division. That team advises developers and owners of electricity generation assets, as well as other parties with interests in the North American power sector, on how rapidly changing market structures, regulations, and other market drivers will impact their assets and the sector over the coming years. Chris’ expertise is in the impact of environmental regulation on the power sector. He helps clients develop strategies to address the impacts of state and federal regulations on markets and generation portfolios. Chris has supported the member states of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI), the only regional carbon dioxide cap and trade program in the U.S., from its developmental stages back in 2005 through the recently completed 2016 Program Review. Chris also led many of ICF’s efforts for commercial clients under the Clean Power Plan.

Chris has an MBA from Carnegie Mellon University and a bachelor’s degree from University of California, Santa Cruz.

Articles by Chris MacCracken
Crowded city crosswalk
Podcast: How the Elections Affect the Energy Industry
More States Are Embracing Renewable Energy Development
Resources by Chris MacCracken
White Papers
CAISO Reliability is Feeling the Heat
Webinar On Demand: DOE Acts to Transform the Energy Landscape
White Papers
Making Fossil Assets Flexible Again
White Papers
Indian Point: Filling a Nuclear Void
White Papers
Clean Energy Development: Beyond New York and California
Transfer of Power: How President-Elect Trump’s Policies Will Affect the Energy Industry
White Papers
Date with the Future: Making Plans in a World of Cleaner Energy
White Papers
The Final Clean Power Plan Rule - Drivers of Changing Asset Values