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Carol joined the Department of Energy, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) after 25 years in the energy industry with Standard Oil and BP. In 2008 and 2009 she led the technical evaluation for the $25 billion Advanced Technology Vehicle Manufacturing Program as well as the $2.3 billion Advanced Energy Manufacturing Tax Credit initiative. In 2010 she took over management of EERE field operations, including direct leadership of the Golden, Colorado office which provides service for all of EERE. This office typically is responsible for about $1billion of clean energy grants and research projects and during the Recovery Act managed $7 billion of grants, research and construction. In 2013 she joined the new DOE office of Energy Policy and Systems Analysis where she was a key contributor on the multi-Agency Quadrennial Energy Review.
Hugh Chen is the Deputy Director for Finance, Incentives, and Program Analysis within the Office of Energy Policy and Systems Analysis (EPSA) at the U.S. Department of Energy. Within EPSA, Hugh leads an office that provides independent analysis on energy-related markets, policies, and investments that support the nation’s energy goals.
Jeanette Pablo is the Acting Deputy Director for Energy Systems within the Office of Energy Policy and Systems Analysis at the U.S. Department of Energy. In this capacity, she oversees technical analysis, analytic support, and policy advice relating to the nation’s energy systems and infrastructures – as well as a variety of threats and risks to that system – including those related to non-fuel related energy, supply chains, shared transportation, electricity, North American energy system integration, and the energy-water nexus, energy systems modeling and economics.
As the Chief Operating Officer for EPSA, Mr. Lushetsky is responsible for all budgeting, human resources, and administrative operations to support the organization's mission. He previously held senior Government positions related to advanced energy development and deployment, including as the Executive Director for the Army's Energy Initiative Task Force as well as Program Director of DOE’s "Sunshot" Program. Prior to his government service, Mr. Lushetsky was with Corning, Inc. where he led efforts to commercialize energy, telecommunications and other advanced technologies through internal business and research units as well as external partnerships and strategic investments.