Member since: 1996

Roger Levy established Levy Associates in 1980. He has been actively involved with the
utility industry since the mid 1970's, completing over 200 projects in system development,
planning, implementation, evaluation, and research.

Roger was the principal consultant for the California Energy Commission advanced metering
and pricing initiatives as well as the lead on the California Statewide Pricing Pilot. As a
consultant to the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Demand Response Research
Center he developed their first comprehensive research plan, supported the commercialization
of OpenADR, and managed projects to enable dynamic pricing and demand response
technology. Roger was also the lead consultant on the DOE/LBNL Smart Grid Technical
Advisory Project where he provided technical, policy, and research support to NARUC and
training to 20 state regulatory commissions nationally. Roger also participated as senior technical
advisor on several of the DOE funded Smart Grid Investment Grant Consumer Behavior

Roger has been involved with sustainable community projects, transportation planning,
environmental impact evaluations, technology development, and implementation in private
industry and with utilities. He began his career with the Corporate Planning group at Xerox
Corporation, was a senior system analyst with RCA Computer Systems, and spent seven
years as a management consultant with Arthur Young & Company and Price Waterhouse. In
the mid 1970's Roger received a special appointment to the just inaugurated California
Energy Commission where he managed 23 of the first PURPA pricing and load management
pilots and co-managed development of the State Load Management Standards.

Roger received a BS in Management Science from the Simon Graduate School of
Management at the University of Rochester and a MBA in Quantitative Methods from the
Marshall Graduate School of Business at the University of Southern California.