Landon Stevens is the Senior Program Director for the Electricity Sector at ClearPath. He leads the development and implementation of innovation and regulatory policies for energy storage, geothermal, and hydropower technologies. He also is responsible for policy efforts centered around transmission and electricity markets.
Prior to joining ClearPath, Landon was the Director of Policy for the Conservative Energy Network (CEN). In this role, he managed a policy agenda for engagement in 21 states across the country, identifying and promoting conservative solutions for moving to a clean energy future. Before CEN, Landon worked at the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) serving as the Policy Advisor for two different Commissioners. At the ACC, Landon was the principal author of the proposed Arizona Energy Modernization Plan.
Landon previously directed research at Strata Policy, an academic think tank in Logan, Utah focusing on energy and environmental policy and publishing work focused on federal land use policies and the role of developing nations in Global Climate Agreements. He was also the Director of Policy for the Washington, D.C.-based Institute for Energy Research, conducting intensive research and analysis on the functions, operations, and government regulation of energy markets.
B.A. in Communications from Brigham Young University and Master’s in Public Policy from George Mason University
Electricity Generation, Decarbonization, Electricity Markets, Regulatory Policy