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Energy Analysis

General Inquiries:

  • Phone: 518-862-1090 / 1-866-NYSERDA (Toll free)


  • Peggy Davidson, Office Manager
    Phone: 518-862-1090, Ext. 3272
    Email: md2@nyserda.ny.gov
  • Kathleen Brust, Sr. Office Administrator
    Phone: 518-862-1090, Ext. 3345
    Email: kb1@nyserda.ny.gov

  • Ruth Horton, Senior Advisor for Strategic Initiatives
    Phone : 518-862-1090, Ext. 3306
    Email : rmh@nyserda.ny.gov
    Area of Responsibility: Federal energy policy coordination, corporate strategic and program planning, and transportation policy coordination
  • Karl Michael, Program Manager
    Phone : 518-862-1090, Ext. 3324
    Email : ksm@nyserda.ny.gov
    Area of Responsibility: Energy, economic, and environmental modeling; quantitative policy analysis; energy demand and price forecasting; Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI); State Energy Plan management; benefit/cost analysis
  • Sarah Osgood, Program Manager
    Phone : 518-862-1090, Ext. 3313
    Email : sjo@nyserda.ny.gov
    Area of Responsibility: Energy policy analysis and development; program planning and design; regulatory proceedings
  • Charles Wesley, Program Manager
    Phone : 518-862-1090, Ext. 3364
    Email : cmw@nyserda.ny.gov
    Area of Responsibility: Crude oil, refined petroleum products, and natural gas supply, demand, price monitoring and evaluation, energy policy analysis, and energy emergency planning and response
  • Christopher Hall, Sr. Project Manager
    Phone : 518-862-1090, Ext. 3383
    Email : cjh@nyserda.ny.gov
    Area of Responsibility: Electricity system modeling and analysis, macroeconomic impact modeling; quantitative analysis; environmental externalities
  • Erin Hogan, Sr. Project Manager
    Phone : 518-862-1090, Ext. 3246
    Email : eph@nyserda.ny.gov
    Area of Responsibility: Electricity system modeling and analysis; transmission issues; system reliability; NYISO issues; natural gas system analysis
  • Carl Mas, Sr. Project Manager
    Phone : 518-862-1090, Ext. 3294
    Email : cjm@nyserda.ny.gov
    Area of Responsibility: Environmental and health impacts of energy policies, alternative transportation fuels, renewable energy technologies and policies, greenhouse gas emission reduction technologies and policies, and total fuel-cycle and analysis
  • Alyse Peterson, Sr. Project Manager
    Phone : 518-862-1090, Ext. 3274
    Email : alp@nyserda.ny.gov
    Area of Responsibility: Low-level radioactive waste management, radioactive material, nuclear power plant status and emergency preparedness, and liaison with U.S. NRC
  • Allison Rose, Project Manager
    Phone : 518-862-1090, Ext. 3551
    Email : apr@nyserda.ny.gov
    Area of Responsibility: Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) program design and management, RGGI-related policy research and market analysis, RGGI auction program implementations, market research
  • Michelle Salisbury, Project Manager
    Phone : 518-862-1090, Ext. 3529
    Email : mls@nyserda.ny.gov
    Area of Responsibility: State Energy Plan process management
  • Andrew Kasius, Associate Project Manager
    Phone : 518-862-1090, Ext. 3327
    Email : ask@nyserda.ny.gov
    Area of Responsibility: Petroleum and natural gas market monitoring, support for regulatory proceedings, analysis of energy policies and issues, and energy planning and energy emergency preparedness
  • Jon-Paul d'Aversa, Assistant Project Manager
    Phone : 518-862-1090, Ext. 3577
    Email : jd2@nyserda.ny.gov
    Area of Responsibility: Electricity system modeling, macroeconomic modeling, energy price and use forecasting, quantitative analysis
  • Christine Gifford, Assistant Project Manager
    Phone : 518-862-1090, Ext. 3576
    Email : cg2@nyserda.ny.gov
    Area of Responsibility: Program planning, renewable energy technologies and policies, greenhouse gas emissions inventory and forecast, market research
  • Matthew Milford, Assistant Project Manager
    Phone : 518-862-1090, Ext. 3416
    Email : mhm@nyserda.ny.gov
    Area of Responsibility: Petroleum and natural gas market monitoring, SHOPP heating fuel price monitoring program, and energy planning and energy emergency preparedness