Dan Delurey is a former senior executive in the utility and clean technology industries. His recent work has included founding the Association for Demand Response and Smart Grid, the National Town Meeting on Demand Response and Smart Grid, an event now in its 13th year, and the National Summit series of events, which included the National Summit on Smart Grid & Energy Efficiency. Prior to his work in the policy arena, Dan helped utilities design, implement and manage energy efficiency programs.
Dan’s recent policy work includes helping to conceive and draft efficiency, demand response and grid modernization provisions in EPACT 2005, EISA 2007, and ARRA 2009. His international work includes leading technology delegations to UN Climate Change Conferences (COPs) in Copenhagen, Paris and Bonn. He served on the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Advisory Committee to the U.S. Secretary of Commerce and was named by DOE as Country Expert on Demand Response for work with the International Energy Agency. He has been an expert witness before both House and Senate Congressional Committees and state regulatory bodies. He is a frequent speaker and media contributor, including being a feature interview subject on PBS’s All Things Considered. In 2017, he was selected as one of 100 Notable Experts to serve in a week long residence at the University of Colorado’s Conference of World Affairs.