Liam Regan

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Technical Analyst
Pittsburgh Office


B.S. in environmental science and technology, University of Maryland; MENV in environmental management, Duke University


Liam Regan is a technical analyst at the RAND Corporation and the coordinator for the RAND Climate Resilience Center. His professional and research interests include energy and environmental policy, techno-economic systems analysis and lifecycle cost estimating, strategic planning, and operations management. Regan is an experienced project associate who enthusiastically engages with project stakeholders and sponsors, conducts analysis using rigorous qualitative and quantitative methods, develops decision making frameworks, and collaborates with peers to investigate new business development opportunities. Regan has worked across all of RAND's federally funded research development centers and also engages with a variety of RAND's other clientel. Regan has also been privileged to co-lead U.S. House of Representative consultations regarding domestic and foreign energy policy options and market interventions for emerging technologies. Prior to joining RAND, Regan was an energy consultant directing technical engineering and valuation engagements on renewable and conventional power systems, industrial facilities, and distributed generation portfolios in support of institutional investment due diligence.


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    Achieving Decarbonization and Energy Equity Through Reconciliation

    The past two years have witnessed increasingly vocal calls for rapid decarbonization of the global economy through a clean energy transition. How can Congress ensure that new costs associated with a clean energy transition do not fall disproportionately on lower-income ratepayers?

    Sep 9, 2021 United Press International