Elizabeth A. Stanton, Ph.D. is a nationally known expert in the economics of energy, environment, and equity. With more than 15 years of experience in the field, Dr. Stanton’s curriculum vitae includes an extensive publication record, experience with providing formal comments as well as oral and written testimony in public proceedings, and substantial evidence of her nuanced understanding of environmental concerns related to the energy sector. Dr. Stanton’s areas of expertise include economic and policy analysis related to:

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  • Electric sector dynamics in both market-led and vertically integrated regions
  • Environmental and consumer impacts of natural gas pipeline expansion
  • U.S. domestic, Canadian, and international energy and environmental issues
  • Local and global impacts of a wide range of air and water pollutants
  • Greenhouse gas emissions and their impacts on natural environments and human communities
  • Carbon allowance trading and other market and non-market-based emission abatement mechanisms
  • U.S. EPA’s Clean Power Plan, the Northeast’s Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, and individual state’s climate laws and policies