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Seminar: Doug Lewin

Doug Lewin
Doug Lewin

The Texas A&M Energy Institute is hosting a seminar by Doug Lewin on Tuesday, February 20, 2024, from 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. CST (UTC -6:00) in the Frederick E. Giesecke Engineering Research Building (GERB) Third Floor Conference Room and through a Zoom Meeting. The topic will be “Putting the Pieces Together for a Reliable Grid and a Just Energy Transition.”


The presentation will cover the state of the energy grid in Texas, demand side strategies to improve affordability, reliability, and sustainability, and the important impacts that grid transformation could have on Texans’ quality of life.


Doug Lewin authors the Texas Energy and Power Newsletter and hosts the Energy Capital Podcast. He is a nationally recognized energy expert, particularly in the electric grid, renewable energy, energy efficiency, demand response, utility regulation, and pollution reduction. Lewin founded Stoic Energy, a Texas consulting firm specializing in grid and energy issues, in 2018. Previously, Doug led government and regulatory affairs work for CLEAResult, an energy efficiency program implementer for over 250 utilities in 40 states and provinces. Prior to joining CLEAResult, Lewin was the founding Executive Director of the South-central Partnership for Energy Efficiency as a Resource (SPEER) and worked at the Texas Legislature for five years as a legislative aide, primarily on energy, environment, and climate issues for three different elected officials in the House and Senate.