Dave Lamont brings to RAP a wealth of experience in the regulatory and policy side of the energy sector. Beginning in 1979, Mr. Lamont served as an energy engineer for Vermont’s Energy Office and was responsible for the direction and implementation of the state’s renewable energy program with a focus on wood energy technologies.
After nine years in that position, he advanced through a series of positions at Vermont’s Department of Public Service. Beginning as an energy policy and program analyst, Mr. Lamont provided technical input to power planning and forecasting efforts. As a power supply planner, he provided expert testimony and recommended cost approvals in rate cases. Mr. Lamont later served as senior energy policy analyst and provided guidance on Vermont’s Integrated Resource Planning and technical analysis for Vermont’s 20-Year Electric Plan.
Most recently, Mr. Lamont served as director of the Planning and Energy Efficiency Division. In that capacity he led efforts to develop Vermont’s Comprehensive Energy Plan and public review process. He was also instrumental in creating Vermont’s statewide energy efficiency utility and managing it through its evolution.