Deputy Director, Combined Heat and Power Alliance
Lynn A. Kirshbaum has a background in energy and environmental policy and years of experience working with state lawmakers, government agencies, and industry professionals. At David Gardiner and Associates, Lynn manages various renewable energy and energy efficiency projects and produces research materials and reports. She serves as the Deputy Director of the Combined Heat and Power Alliance, leading the Alliance’s policy work at the state level and engaging with regional and state partners.
Before joining DGA, Lynn worked in the Legislative Commissioners’ Office at the Connecticut General Assembly for four legislative sessions where she staffed the Energy and Technology and Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committees. Lynn drafted legislation concerning the state’s procurement of electricity from offshore wind, the system of compensation for distributed renewable energy generation used in the state, renewable portfolio standards and energy efficiency standards for products. She also previously worked with the California Air Resources Board and the California Assembly Committee on Natural Resources and was a law clerk at the United States Environmental Protection Agency. Lynn has a B.S. in International Politics from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service and a J.D. from the University of California, Davis.
Time, reliability, and cost-savings are chief drivers in global business decisions. Solutions to energy price volatility, energy security and resiliency, emergency preparedness, sustainability compliance, base optimization, and cyber threats are becoming more important to governmental, public, and commercial customers. Combined Heat and Power (CHP) as a distributed energy resource plays a key role in providing […]