Rudy Stegemoeller consults on complex regulatory issues involving distributed energy resources. Until July of 2016, Mr. Stegemoeller served as special assistant for energy policy in the New York Department of Public Service, where he played a principal role in developing and drafting many of the staff reports and commission orders in New York’s Reforming the Energy Vision initiative. Prior to this position, he served as an administrative law judge, presiding over rate cases and policy cases, including the establishment of New York’s energy efficiency performance standard.
Mr. Stegemoeller began his career as an associate with the law firm of LeBouef, Lamb, Leiby and MacRae, where he practiced administrative and judicial litigation on utility and environmental issues. He also served for twelve years as a staff counsel and legislative coordinator in the New York State Assembly, where he had responsibility for the committees on environmental protection, energy, cities, and local governments. After his work in the Assembly, he spent seven years consulting on clean energy and consumer issues.
Mr. Stegemoeller holds a law degree from Duke University and a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Haverford College. He is working on a doctorate in philosophy.