Amanda Myers

Policy Analyst

Amanda Myers is a Policy Analyst at Energy Innovation, focused on power sector transformation policy research and analysis. She also provides project support to Energy Innovation’s leadership team.

Prior to joining Energy Innovation, Amanda was a Public Policy Manager at ChargePoint. In this role, she focused on policies promoting of electric vehicle infrastructure deployment and adoption, including EV-ready building codes across North America, clean fuels markets, and local policies. Before ChargePoint, Amanda was a Public Affairs Manager at SolarCity, where she led and supported communications and public engagement efforts for rooftop solar advocacy campaigns across the United States.  During her undergraduate studies, Amanda interned at the Environmental Law & Policy Center and at the White House Council on Environmental Quality.

Amanda holds a B.A. in Political Science, with minors in Chinese Language and Business Institutions, from Northwestern University. She also spent a summer at Peking University in Beijing studying Mandarin and China’s political economy.

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Works from Amanda Myers

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Increasing Electric Vehicle Charging Access At Multi-Unit Dwellings: Workshop Summary Report

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Seven Policies To Tap U.S. Offshore Wind’s $166 Billion Economic Growth And Emissions Reduction Potential

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Offshore Wind: A Boon To Climate Goals And Economic Growth

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Utilities Are Better Suited To Handle Covid Uncertainties – Why That’s Good News For Clean Energy

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Electric Big Rigs? California Poised To Adopt Nation’s First Rules Requiring Electric Trucks

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I-5 Should Become A Central Artery for Electric Trucks, Study Says

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Clean Trucks, Big Bucks

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COVID Shows Need For Clean Air And Cheap Energy. Utilities Can Get Both Via “All-Source Procurement.”

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Lead, Follow, Or Get Out Of The Way: East Coast States And Cities Accelerate On Decarbonization Pathway

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Leading States Have Designed New Ways To Help Utilities Fight Climate Change

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States Lead The Way On Utility Regulation That Can Cut Emissions And Costs

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Performance Incentive Mechanisms for Strategic Demand Reduction

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The Capital Stock Turnover Problem For 100% Clean Energy Targets

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No more fire in the kitchen: Cities are banning natural gas in homes to save the planet

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Building Electrification: Research Perspectives On Technologies, Policies, And Mitigation Strategies

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Carbon-Cutting Cities Plug Into ‘Electrify Everything’ Movement

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Even Andrew Cuomo Isn’t Sure of New York’s Near-Impossible Climate Goals

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As Cities Begin Banning Natural Gas, States Must Embrace Building Electrification Via Smart Policy

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How States Can Overcome The Looming EV Charging Infrastructure Gap: New York, Maryland, Michigan

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How States Can Overcome The Looming EV Charging Infrastructure Gap

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Are Automakers Overestimating EV Demand?

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Four U.S. Electric Vehicle Trends To Watch In 2019