Gregory Rybka is a Principal Research Associate in the Electricity Markets and Policy Group at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Greg conducts research and analysis on emerging issues in demand response, energy efficiency, and distributed energy resources. At present, his research focuses on quantifying the total resource cost of saved energy in the US as well as quantitative analysis of regulated electric utility business models and the impacts of demand side resources and distributed generation on utility shareholders and customers.
He also serves as a reviewer for Utilities Policy and The Energy Journal.
Prior to joining LBNL, Greg worked for Nexant where he led and supported projects on a range of demand side management projects using engineering, economic, policy, and market analysis skills for a variety of clients, including: investor-owned utilities and publicly-owned utilities, such as PG&E and LADWP; energy service companies, such as Johnson Controls; and, international organizations, such as USAID and the International Energy Agency. Earlier in his career he spent time working at Argonne National Laboratory and GE Energy.
Greg received a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and a B.A. in Science, Technology, and Society from The Pennsylvania State University.