Adam Langton is the staff lead for the alternative-fueled vehicles proceeding at the California Public Utilities Commission. In this role, Adam advises the Commission on a variety of issues related to clean transportation policy. He was the lead technical analyst involved in developing the infrastructure components of the CPUC-NRG settlement, a $100 million investment in charging stations in California. Adam advises the Governor’s Office on the design and implementation of the California Zero Emission Vehicle Initiative, including the CAISO-led effort to identify barriers to vehicle-grid integration. Adam is also involved in the implementation of the carbon cap-and-trade program for California’s electricity sector.
Adam has a bachelor’s degree in economics from Boston College and a graduate degree from the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC-Berkeley. Prior to graduate school, Adam was an analyst at the U.S. Office of Management and Budget, analyzing surface transportation programs and policy.