Marc Chupka delivers impactful and actionable resources to stakeholders by conducting research and developing content for ESA events and publications. He also leads the ESA Corporate Responsibility Initiative Task Force and direct the Technical Advisory Council. Mr. Chupka has over three decades of public and private sector experience analyzing energy markets, technology and policy. Prior to joining ESA, Mr. Chupka was a private sector consultant, most recently as a Principal at The Brattle Group. Earlier, he served as the Acting Assistant Secretary for Policy and International Affairs at the U.S. Department of Energy, and as the Chief Economist and Associate Director of Air, Energy and Transportation at the White House Office of Environmental Policy, where he authored the first Climate Change Action Plan for President Clinton. Mr. Chupka earned a BA in Economics from Yale College, and an MS and M. Phil in Economics from Yale University.