Kenneth joined the Coastal Conservation League in 2012 as a Utility Regulation Specialist. Kenneth is a South Carolina native and a graduate of Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment, where he received a Master of Environmental Management degree within the program’s Energy and Environment concentration. His recent work has focused on building and utilizing engineering-economic models to inform policy development and investment decisions in the electric power industry. Kenneth also has analytical experience related to integrated resource planning and other regulated electric utility proceedings. Prior to graduate school, Kenneth studied science and engineering at Clemson University and worked professionally as a technical manuscript editor.
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