Chris MacCracken has more than 15 years of experience in energy and economic modeling and assessing the potential impacts of environmental policies on the energy sector. He has directed a number of studies examining the impacts of environmental regulation on emission, power and fuel markets, compliance planning, and electric generating unit valuations for electric utilities, independent power producers (IPPs), industry associations, and nonprofit policy organizations. He is lead author of the Emission Markets chapter in ICF International’s quarterly Integrated Energy Outlook publication.
Prior to joining ICF in 2000, Mr. MacCracken worked with the Global Climate Change Group at Battelle-Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. He modeled the impacts of climate change policy and the role of advanced technologies in mitigating climate change.