Maurice Oldham has over 12 years of experience advising on climate, energy, and transportation policies and strategy development. He brings global experience from both the utility and public sectors, having worked with Pacific Gas & Energy Company (PG&E), the Australian Federal Government, and the Indonesian Government. Maurice has led and contributed to detailed analyses of the greenhouse gas benefits, costs, and cost-effectiveness of mitigation strategies at the national and regional level.
Maurice has managed numerous projects related to renewable natural gas (RNG), decarbonization, and low carbon fuel standards. These include the development of a long-term decarbonization strategy for PG&E as well as RNG feasibility studies for Austin, Texas, and New York City. He holds a Master of Science in Climate Change Economics from the Australian National University and a Bachelor of Development Studies from the University of Newcastle, Australia.