Areas of expertise:
Innovation, renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies, U.S. and international energy policy
Natasha Vidangos is the Associate Vice President, Innovation and Technology Policy at Environmental Defense Fund, where she oversees work to advance an efficient and equitable Clean Energy Transition, including efforts to enhance the impact of climate innovation.
Prior to joining EDF, Natasha served as the Vice President for Research & Analysis at the Alliance to Save Energy. She was also a foundational member of the State Department Energy Resources Bureau, where she served roles including Senior Power Systems Advisor, Senior Western Hemisphere Energy Officer, science policy fellow through the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and as a detail to the Department of Energy’s Energy Policy and Systems Analysis Office to assist in the development of the second installment of the Quadrennial Energy Review. She holds a Ph.D. in chemistry from University of California, Berkeley.