Clean Energy Analyst II
Megan Aki joined MAPC’s Clean Energy Department in July 2016 as an Energy Analyst to build capacity for research, policy and communications work and support regional clean energy procurements, community energy planning, and clean vehicle projects.
Megan previously worked at MAPC in the Government Affairs Division as a co-op student in 2014. The following summer, Megan worked as a Sustainable Mobility Fellow for MIT’s Office of Sustainability, where she focused on campus mobility planning and developed a strategic vision for the Committee for Transportation and Parking. Megan then went on to join Naomi Mermin Consulting, LLC, as an Analyst, where she supported the Principal, Naomi Mermin, in analyzing and evaluating regional, state, utility, and local energy and climate programs.
Megan holds a Bachelor of Science in Political Science from Northeastern University, where she focused on public policy and urban studies.
Expertise: Energy efficiency, energy and climate policy, data analysis and management, and campus mobility planning.