Rob Neumann is an Associate Director with Guidehouse in the Energy, Sustainability, and Infrastructure segment focusing on energy-efficiency evaluation and developing technologies. His recent evaluation experience includes ongoing multiple year evaluations of the Commonwealth Edison energy-efficiency portfolio (residential, commercial and industrial) and the Integrys (North Shore Gas and Peoples Gas Companies) energy-efficiency portfolios, evaluation work for AEP-Ohio and a focus on bidding energy-efficiency savings into the PJM transmission network.
With more than 20 years of experience performing economic, regulatory, legal and financial analysis, Rob has specialties in energy and regulatory matters before state and federal agencies and commissions specifically focusing on energy efficiency, market analysis, implementation of new initiatives and legal and regulatory policy matters. This is in the areas of energy efficiency and demand-side management, generation, transmission, distribution, pole attachment pricing and analysis, district energy and other related energy issues.
Rob has managed numerous energy efficiency evaluations, rate cases and regulatory filings and is currently leading multiple energy efficiency evaluations and other energy-regulatory work. His work has been before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), Department of Energy (DOE), Federal Communications Commission (FCC), numerous state utility commissions including South Carolina, Kentucky, Georgia, Texas, Michigan, Illinois, California, Florida, Minnesota and Ohio and many other government and regulatory agencies. his skills include the ability to manage legal and regulatory strategy in regulatory proceedings with a focused understanding of the implications of regulatory rulings on future orders, appeals and policy. His experience includes work with global management consulting firms and managing and growing companies in regulated markets.