Silvio Marcacci

Communications Director

Silvio Marcacci is Energy Innovation’s Communications Director, where he leads media relations as well as communications outreach and strategy, supporting all of the firm’s policy programs. Silvio has more than a decade of experience in media relations and communications, and has been a bylined columnist at media outlets including Forbes, Greentech Media, CleanTechnica, and Energy Collective.

Prior to joining Energy Innovation, Silvio was the founder and principal of Marcacci Communications, an independent public relations company that specialized in promoting clean energy deployment and climate change policy solutions, from 2012-2017.  In this role he developed comprehensive communications plans, secured top-tier print and broadcast media coverage, and led video and infographic production for multiple clients.

His additional communications experience includes serving as the director of public relations for energyNOW!, a television show covering energy and climate issues on Bloomberg TV.  There, Silvio helped build an audience of several hundred thousand broadcast and online viewers per month, negotiated promotional partnerships with other news outlets, produced and edited scores of news segments and video interviews, and secured show coverage in national outlets.  Silvio began his public relations career in the Washington, D.C. office of international public relations firm Fleishman-Hillard, where he managed multiple award-winning campaigns for clients in the energy and sustainability industries.

Silvio started his career in New Jersey government and Democratic politics, including work as a spokesperson and constituent relations director for a governor and county executive, and as a field director for several statewide and local campaigns.  He graduated with honors from Rutgers University with a dual B.S. in history and political science.

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Works by Silvio Marcacci

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We Have A Decade To Prevent Dangerous Climate Change: These 10 Policies Can Limit Warming To 2°C

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Ford’s Energy Plan Could Be More Pain Than Gain

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Ontario's Economic Investment Outlook Dims With New Government Energy Actions

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DOE Announcement Caps Stellar Week For Offshore Wind

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Top Renewable Energy Financiers Reveal Pathway To $1 Trillion In U.S. Investment

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Conservatives Hate Trump’s Coal And Nuclear Bailout — That’s A Big Political Problem

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Uneconomic Coal Could Be Squeezed Out Of European Union Power Markets By 2030

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320 GW Of Non-Traditional, Untapped Rooftop Solar Potential In USA

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Electric Buses Can Save America's Local Governments Billions: China's Showing Us How It's Done

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PJM Launches Fuel Security Initiative To Counter Gas Reliance

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Turns Out, Silvio Marcacci May Be On To Something (About 320 GW Of Untapped Solar Potential)

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Forbes Article Reveals 320 GW Of Untapped Solar Potential

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This Untapped Market Could Add 320 Gigawatts Of New U.S. Residential Solar Energy

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Google And Apple Lead The Corporate Charge Toward 100% Renewable Energy

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Levelized Cost Of Energy For Wind And Solar Continue To Drop Below Fossil Fuels. What Barriers Remain For A Low-Carbon Grid?

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Charging An Electric Vehicle Is Far Cleaner Than Driving On Gasoline, Everywhere In America

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U.S. Utilities Want Carbon Pricing And Stable Policy. That's Bad News For Trump's Agenda.

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A Gas Tax Hike Would Generate $840 Billion, Add 1.2 Million EVs, Cut 1.3 Billion Barrels Fuel Use

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India Coal Power Is About To Crash: 65% Of Existing Coal Costs More Than New Wind And Solar

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As World Rejects Coal, Trump Administration Continues To Back Dying Industry

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Cheap Renewables Keep Pushing Fossil Fuels Further Away From Profitability – Despite Trump’s Efforts

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Renewable Electricity Levelized Cost Of Energy Already Cheaper Than Fossil Fuels, And Prices Keep Plunging

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Utilities Closed Dozens of Coal Plants In 2017. Here Are The Six Most Important.

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"Coal strikes out" versus cheap renewables, but winning on climate may require a policy pinch hitter

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Rick Perry's Coal And Nuclear Subsidy Could Cost The U.S. Economy $10.6 Billion Per Year

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Offshore Wind Setting Sail In North America

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Five Ways Utilities Can Gain From Building Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure

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Hurricanes Harvey and Irma Show U.S. Must Boost Grid Resiliency. Energy Storage Is Doing Just That.

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Trump’s Climate Policy Legacy Will Be Making Disasters Like Harvey Worse

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Solar Brightfields: Gigawatts Of Clean Energy Potential On America's Landfills And Brownfields

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New U.S. DOE Report Shows How Utilities Can Avoid Risky Investments