Leah Scull

Leah Scull

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lscull@mwalliance.org

312.784.7247

Senior Policy Associate

Leah Scull serves as MEEA’s Senior Policy Associate, responsible for analyzing and advancing state energy efficiency policies and working with key industry stakeholders to inform and improve energy efficiency policy design. She leads MEEA's advocacy efforts in Illinois and Iowa. In addition to developing advocacy materials and coordinating educational and outreach activities in those states, Leah also tracks income qualified efficiency programs and initiatives throughout the Midwest and has subject matter expertise in rate design and industrial energy efficiency programs.

Prior to joining MEEA, Leah was an Energy Analyst with Oceana, analyzing federal offshore energy policies. She earned a B.A. in Environmental Studies from Lake Forest College and a Master of Science in Environmental Policy from Bard College. 

Author Latest Articles

Anti-EE Bill Advances in Iowa Legislature

Last week the Iowa House Commerce Committee passed Senate File 2311, a bill that will significantly alter the way utilities drive customer energy…

The Utility of the Future Part 3: Putting the Customer at the Forefront in Ohio

For the last century, utilities that provided safe, reliable and affordable service could be reasonably assured of their continued profitability as…

Industrial Opt-Out Will Cost Ohio Billions in Missed Benefits

On June 6, the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy released a new report on the increased health and economic costs that would…

Iowa Releases State Energy Plan

On December 21, Iowa Lieutenant Governor Kim Reynolds, along with  the Iowa Economic Development Authority, the Iowa Department of…

Kasich Vetoes Extension of Energy Efficiency Freeze

On December 27, Ohio Governor John Kasich vetoed Substitute House Bill 554 (Sub. HB 554), which would have extended the two year…

Midwest States Gain the Most from Industrial EE

Last month, the Alliance for Industrial Efficiency released a new report that ranks each U.S. state on their potential for industrial…