Jeff Deyette

Director of State Policy and Analysis

Jeff Deyette is the director of state policy and analysis in the Climate and Energy program at the Union of Concerned Scientists. Mr. Deyette conducts analysis on the economic and environmental costs and benefits of renewable energy and energy efficiency policies. He has written extensively for UCS and various renewable energy industry publications on the consumer, employment, and environmental benefits of increasing renewable energy use.

Prior to joining UCS, Mr. Deyette worked as an environmental protection specialist for the New England division of the United States Army Corps of Engineers, where he assisted with environmental compliance and conservation programs.

Mr. Deyette holds an M.S. from Boston University in energy resource and environmental management & international relations, and a bachelor's degree from St. Lawrence University in environmental science and government.

Mr. Deyette has been quoted widely, including by The Charleston Gazette, Mother Jones, The Philadelphia Inquirer, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Slate, and Toronto Star, and has appeared as a guest on numerous radio and television programs.

Jeff Deyette's Selected Publications

 

Deyette, J. 2017. Committing to Renewables in New Mexico. Union of Concerned Scientists. Cambridge, MA

Deyette, J. 2016. Accelerating Toward a Clean Energy Economy. Union of Concerned Scientists. Cambridge, MA

Deyette, J. 2016. The Clean Power Plan Opportunity . Union of Concerned Scientists. Cambridge, MA

Deyette, J. 2015. The Natural Gas Gamble: A Risky Bet on America's Clean Energy Future. Union of Concerned Scientists. Cambridge, MA

Deyette, J. 2014. Charting Michigan's Renewable Energy Future. Union of Concerned Scientists. Cambridge, MA

Deyette, J. 2012. Ripe for Retirement: The Case for Closing America’s Costliest Coal Plants. Union of Concerned Scientists. Cambridge, MA.

Deyette, J. 2012. Cooler, Smarter: Practical Steps for Low-Carbon Living. Union of Concerned Scientists. Cambridge, MA.

Deyette, J. 2010. Burning Coal, Burning Cash: Ranking the States that Import the Most Coal. Union of Concerned Scientists. Cambridge, MA.

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