WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Pace University has announced that Karl R. Rábago is the new executive director of the Pace Energy and Climate Center, an interdisciplinary law and policy think tank located at the Pace University School of Law in White Plains.
“Karl Rábago brings a wealth of industry experience, academic credentials and government experience to the Center,” said Richard L. Ottinger, Law School Dean Emeritus and founder of the Pace Energy and Climate Center. “I am delighted he will be leading our team of experts as New York State engages in this exciting utility reform effort.”
New York officials intend to restructure the way utilities and energy companies sell electricity and interact with their customers. Efforts are now underway to develop new policies to accelerate the deployment of new clean energy generation technologies, give customers more
control of their energy use and reduce the emissions that are causing climate change.
Rábago served as vice president with Austin Energy, one of the leading electric utilities in the country for promoting energy efficiency and renewable energy; he was regulatory affairs director for AES, a Fortune 200 independent power producer operating in 21 countries; a Commissioner with the Texas Public Utilities Commission, where he dealt with exactly the same issues that the Center addresses; and he was Deputy Assistant Secretary of Energy for Utility Technologies in
the U.S. Department of Energy.
Rábago received an LL.M. degree in environmental law at Pace Law School, an LL.M in military law at the U.S. Army Judge Advocate’s School, his J.D. with honors at the University of Texas Law School, and a B.B.A. in business management from Texas A&M Law School.
“I am thrilled to lead the Pace Energy and Climate Center and I look forward to working with Governor Cuomo and his outstanding energy team to build a better electric grid, modernize the way the Empire State consumes and produces energy, and protect the environment,” said Rábago.
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