Kelly Crandall helps clients understand and engage on emerging clean energy issues in complex regulatory arenas.
Her seven years’ experience in energy regulation includes five years in the public sector at the City of Boulder, the Colorado Public Utilities Commission, and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory. While at the City of Boulder, she undertook a “bootcamp” on electric utility operations, focusing on financial and resource planning issues for startup entities. Her background in law and public process–as well as her experience working with and managing interdisciplinary teams–make her a skilled communicator about the technical considerations that underpin good policy. Download her full résumé.
- J.D., University of Colorado Law School, 2010 (admitted to the Colorado Bar)
- B.A., summa cum laude, University of Florida, 2006 (History & Political Science)
- Western NARUC Utility Rate School, 2015
- Coursera trainings in statistical modeling and accounting