December 14, 2015

Peter Fox-Penner to Lead New Institute for Sustainable Energy at Boston University’s Questrom School of Business

Brattle principal Peter Fox-Penner, a leading expert in energy policy, sustainability, and business strategy, will join Boston University’s Questrom School of Business as a Professor of the Practice, effective January 1, 2016. In this role, Dr. Fox-Penner will lead initiatives to expand the School’s education programs in the field of sustainability, including the creation of a University-wide Institute for Sustainable Energy. He will continue to work with Brattle as an Academic Advisor.

The Institute for Sustainable Energy will focus on increasing energy research initiatives throughout Boston University; deepening connections between science, engineering, and management scholars with policy-makers and corporations; and advancing curricular activities at Questrom and across BU’s schools and colleges. The university-wide Institute will be a “think and do” tank focused on bringing together world-class academic, regulatory, and industry resources to address important global economic, social, and technological challenges.

Dr. Fox-Penner joined Brattle in 1996 and served as chairman of the firm. Throughout his career, he has advised most major U.S. power companies and grid operators, government agencies, and international clients on electric power and environmental policy issues. During the Clinton Presidency, he was a Senior Advisor to the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy and Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy at the Department of Energy.

“Peter has made innumerable contributions to our firm, our clients, and the industry,” commented Alexis Maniatis, President of The Brattle Group. “We congratulate him on his new position at Questrom and look forward to collaborating with him as an Academic Advisor.”

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Dr. Fox-Penner specializes in economic, regulatory, and strategic issues in network industries. His practice centers on energy and environmental policies and electric regulation, planning, and competition issues. More icon f02782c24cccaf6d90e1da53920c42f20e5a8955f54ac2ca5727ec7dc89987b4