Greg Leventis is a Program Manager in the Electricity Markets and Policy group at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. He conducts research and analysis of demand side efficiency. His focus includes efficiency finance, cost of saving energy, and incentive program design and analysis. He has consulted with the California Public Utilities Commission's Policy and Planning Division and the Water Branch of its Division of Ratepayer Advocates, and has advised the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission on alternative approaches for setting an environmental enhancement surcharge on their wholesale and retail water. He is a member of the Finance Subcommittee of the Alliance to Save Energy's Policy and Programs Committee. Greg holds a Master of Public Policy from the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California, Berkeley, a BA in Economics from the University of Florida and studied the General Course at the London School of Economics.
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Electrification of buildings and industry in the United States: Drivers, barriers, prospects, and policy approaches
The Cost of Saving Electricity Through Energy Efficiency Programs Funded by Utility Customers: 2009–2015
The Future of U.S. Electricity Efficiency Programs Funded by Utility Customers: Program Spending and Savings Projections to 2030
Energy Efficiency Financing for Low- and Moderate-Income Households: Current State of the Market, Issues, and Opportunities
Energy Upgrades at City-Owned Facilities: Understanding Accounting for Energy Efficiency Financing Options
Estimating the cost of saving electricity through U.S. utility customer-funded energy efficiency programs