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Executive Director

Jessica Lubetsky

The E2e Project, the nation’s leading research center focused on understanding what is technically possible and what is practically achievable for energy efficiency in a wide variety of settings, is pleased to announce that Jessica Lubetsky will begin as the organization’s first Executive Director on July 5, 2017.


“With this appointment, The E2e Project opens its Washington office to provide cutting-edge energy efficiency research and help policymakers and industry professionals create programs that will achieve greater savings,” said Christopher Knittel, George P. Shultz Professor at the Sloan School of Management, M.I.T. “We are excited to start this next chapter of our growing initiative.”


Lubetsky is an accomplished clean energy professional and directed the industrial energy efficiency campaign at The Pew Charitable Trusts and led the Clean Energy Program’s economic research for the past seven years. Lubetsky is the President of EcoWomen. She is a graduate of the Vermont Law School with a Masters in the Study of Environmental Law and The George Washington University with a degree in environmental studies.


“The E2e Project unites the world’s top energy economists, engineers, and behavioral scientists,” said Lubetsky. “I am eager to bring their groundbreaking research findings to the nation’s public policy leaders so we can work together to modernize and improve the effectiveness of energy efficiency policy.”


A joint initiative of University of California – Berkeley, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the University of Chicago, E2e’s mission is to solve one of the most perplexing energy puzzles of our time—the efficiency gap. Through the leadership of faculty directors Michael Greenstone, Milton Friedman Professor, Economics, the College, and the Harris School of Public Policy, and Director, Energy Policy Institute at Chicago; Christopher R. Knittel, George P. Shultz Professor, Sloan School of Management and Director, Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; and Catherine D. Wolfram, Cora Jane Flood Professor of Business Administration, Haas School of Business and Faculty Director, Energy Institute at Haas, University of California, Berkeley, E2e is bringing together evidence-based research with a commitment to non-partisan outreach in order to create a more affordable and sustainable future.