Areas of Expertise:Clean Energy, Climate Change, Energy Storage, Environmental Policy, Hydropower, Infrastructure, Natural Gas, Power Sector, Regulation, Renewables, Smart Grid, Solar, Transmission, Wind
Additional Areas of Expertise:
Planning, FERC, OATT, Government Relations
Henry Tilghman is a graduate of Georgetown University and Lewis and Clark Law School. His past energy related employment experience includes PacifiCorp, BPA, and Vestas. He currently provides consulting and policy advocacy services related to national and regional energy policy and transmission issues (planning, siting, cost allocation, integration, interconnection, market structures and reliability standards), including wind and solar energy and SmartGrid. Tilghman also represents renewable energy developers in various stakeholder proceedings in the West and Pacific Northwest (rate cases and other public processes at Bonneville Power Administration; Columbia Grid; Northern Tier Transmission Group); He is also a Technology Advocate member of WECC's Scenario Planning Steering Group representing independent power producer interests
Recent Comments by Henry Tilghman
- "I am rarely the one to bring up a social justice perspective to conversations. The question should not be whether net-metering is a fair system for c"
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