Jane Twitmyer

Principal
CACW|Watts

Areas of Expertise:

Clean Energy, Climate Change, Coal, Demand Side Management, Energy Economics, Energy Efficiency, Environment, Environmental Policy, GHGs, Hydraulic Fracturing, Regulation, Renewables, Smart Grid, Solar, Tax Policy, Water, Wind

Renewable Energy Consultant and Advocate - Blog writer Loudoun County, VA Testified at SCC, EPA, BOEM, Town Halls and Senate offices. Mortgage Loan Officer and Licensed Real Estate Agent - Norwalk, CT, Philadelphia, PA, Loudoun County, VA Region Nine Board of Education - Chair Environmental Regulation and Land Conservation Commissioner, Redding, CT Fairfax County, CT Cable Council, Vice-Chair IBM - Systems Engineer BA University of Pennsylvania MA The New School University, NY, NY

Recent Posts by Jane Twitmyer

Recent Comments by Jane Twitmyer

  • "I understand your point about storage BUT ... Demand Flexibility and efficiency demand reduction do some of the job that you are assuming storage must"
    But First, Energy Efficiency
  • "Thank you, Dr. Moniz for all the work you have done for the country and thank you for welcoming our feedback to your Green Real Deal. As someone wh"
    A Framework for The Green Real Deal
  • "Not sure I understand your criticism. You say that you concluded “the paper is really addressing only the traditional market for “peaking units” that"
    But First, Energy Efficiency
  • "Roger, you say ... “The grid remains reliant on fossil fuels, with contingency capacity equal to all the wind and solar that can’t be counted on.” "
    But First, Energy Efficiency
  • "There are several approaches to the intermittency issue, but most importantly we need to acknowledge that storage is coming online fast. Here is a Bl"
    But First, Energy Efficiency
  • "Dan, we are in complete agreement about the price failures regarding fossil fuels, both with the tax expenditures of $20billion and with the health an"
    But First, Energy Efficiency
  • "Dan, I understand all that and if you remember I supported a carbon price in the past. I think the circumstances are now changed due to the defeat of"
    But First, Energy Efficiency
  • "There are lots of pieces to building energy efficiency ... much of it started during Obama’s first term. One of the most important is unlocking the n"
    But First, Energy Efficiency
  • "Mr. Fosberg, You and I have disagreed about offshore wind before. I wrote that studies do preclude building offshore wind farms south of Virginia,"
    The Need for Restructured Electricity Markets
  • "Here in Virginia we have deregulated and regulated again but not decoupled. Efficiency and onsite generation reduce centrally generated load and so r"
    The Need for Restructured Electricity Markets