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Amber Mahone

Managing Partner, E3

Amber Mahone leads E3’s Clean Energy and Climate Pathways teams. Her work looks across all sectors of the energy economy to evaluate the feasibility and implications of long-term climate solutions. She pursues a data-driven approach to informing investment decisions and policy choices, and relishes unpacking meaningful results from complex models and translating them into actionable decision points for E3’s clients. Over the past 15 years at E3, Amber’s work has drawn on her expertise in policy analysis, energy systems modeling, resource planning, and energy efficiency. Her team’s recent projects include evaluating the impacts of climate goals in New York, Massachusetts, Colorado and California, as well as assessing the economics of building electrification, transportation electrification and hydrogen, working with both gas and electric utilities, as well as the heads of state energy and environmental agencies. Amber began her career working in international development at the International Monetary Fund, which made her realize the extent to which the availability of energy resources and citizens’ access to it shape the course of a country’s economy. Today, she is excited to be part of the revolution in renewable energy and electric vehicles, which is radically transforming the global energy economy. Education: MPA, Princeton University; BA, International Relations, Wellesley College