Matthew Mailloux is a Policy Advisor at ClearPath leading the organization’s federal permitting and tax portfolios. In this role, Matt works across ClearPath’s suite of technology areas to shape legislative and regulatory efforts, including new policy development, and responding to administrative proposals.
Matt joined ClearPath in 2021 from the Office of New Hampshire Governor Christopher T. Sununu, where he served as State Budget Director and previously as the Governor’s energy advisor. As State Budget Director, Matt led the development of a balanced budget during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic that included $1 billion in tax cuts over 10 years, established a new State Department of Energy, and advanced top administration policy priorities in school choice, paid family leave, and investment in mental health.
As the Governor’s energy advisor, Matt led state-level efforts to modernize net metering policy in New Hampshire to expand clean energy technology, including new financial mechanisms to promote municipal investment. While at the state’s energy office, Matt authored economic reports on clean energy, served as the Governor’s designee to legislative study commissions, and handled intergovernmental relations.
Prior to joining the Governor’s office, Matt was a founding team member for the American Conservation Coalition, serving as the organization’s first Director of Strategy.
Matt was elected to the Brookline, New Hampshire Finance Committee, where he served from 2020-2021.
B.B.A. in Finance and Marketing from La Salle University, Philadelphia, PA
Federal Clean Energy Tax Credits
National Environmental Policy Act
State, Local, and Federal Budgets
November 2022 marks the first anniversary of the bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act’s (IIJA) robust investments in energy demonstration projects. This law, and its forerunner the Energy Act of 2020, both earned broad bipartisan support to invest in American infrastructure innovation and pave the way for America to once again lead the world in breakthrough clean energy technologies.
While energy prices here at home have soared, Europe has seen even more dramatic price spikes given the tenuous energy supply chain. As part of Europe’s drastic rethinking of their energy mix, U.S. Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) has become a critical lifeline to the European Union as it prepares to wean itself from Russian gas over the next six months.