North Carolina Senior Manager, Clean Energy
Areas of expertise: Electric utilities, climate change, energy efficiency, smart grid
Greg Andeck leads strategy development and outreach to leading companies, regulators and policymakers to advance the EDF Clean Energy Program's objectives in the Southeast. His work accelerates investment in clean energy and fosters a modern, intelligent, interactive electricity system designed to maximize renewables, efficiency and reductions in air pollution.
Greg also manages EDF’s efforts to advance innovative energy financing mechanisms in urban and rural areas that spur clean energy, create jobs and save communities money by reducing utility bills.
Greg serves on the Board of NC GreenPower, the first statewide renewable energy program in the country, and Envision Charlotte, an innovative public-private partnership working to significantly reduce energy use and air emissions in Charlotte, NC.
Prior to joining EDF's US Climate and Energy Program, Greg led new project development for EDF’s Corporate Partnerships Program, engineering first-of-their-kind partnerships with leading companies in the private equity, food service and global telecommunications industries. His work helped generate millions of dollars in energy savings for partner companies and reduced greenhouse gas emissions by thousands of tons.
Prior to joining EDF, Greg worked in the United States Senate as an Environmental Fellow and as Legislative Assistant with the Solar Energy Industries Association, a national renewable energy advocacy organization.
- MEM, Economics & Policy, Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment
- BS, Natural Resources, Cornell University