Jennifer Macedonia is a senior advisor to the Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC), and has served in this capacity since 2009 for both the National Commission on Energy Policy and BPC’s Energy Project. She has 20 years experience in energy and environmental policy and expertise in market-based instruments to spur technological innovation. As an independent consultant focusing on the nexus of policy, engineering, and economics, Macedonia advises clients on strategy and policies for the power, transportation, and industrial sectors. Formerly with the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Macedonia served as an expert on the U.S. delegation to international climate negotiations for four years. At EPA, she also helped shape the development and implementation of market-based programs to reduce air pollution from the power sector, including the Acid Rain Program. Macedonia has a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering.
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