Edith Pike-Biegunska

Edith Pike-Biegunska

Associate at Regulatory Assistance Project

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Location:
50 STATE STREET, Montpelier, Vermont, United States
HQ Phone:
(802) 223-8199

General Information

Education

BA  - double major , Tulane University

JD  - New York University School of Law

Affiliations

Board of Managers Member  - National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners

Fellow  - Baker & McKenzie LLP

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Max Gutbrod, Sergei Sitnikov, Edith Pike-Biegunska
Edith Pike-Biegunska Edith Pike-Biegunska Edith Pike-Biegunska is an Energy and Environment Fellow at The Regulatory Assistance Project in Montpelier, Vermont. Ms. Pike-Biegunska concentrates on climate change, utility-sector reform, and efficient utilization of energy resources. In particular, she focuses on policy measures that can help reshape the energy sector for long-term sustainability in a carbon constrained world. Ms. Pike-Biegunska joined the Regulatory Assistance Project in 2009, following her previous tenure at the Moscow office of Baker & McKenzie. Edith Pike-Biegunska graduated Magna Cum Laude from Tulane University in 2001. She received her Juris Doctor from New York University School of Law in 2008. Ms. Pike-Biegunska regularly participates in conferences and roundtables on energy and climate in the US and abroad. She has written and advised on the role of federal legislative reform in meeting Russia's energy efficiency potential, and continues to actively promote clean energy policies in the U.S. and Europe.

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Edith Pike-Biegunska
Associate The Regulatory Assistance Project 50 State Street, Suite 3 Montpelier, VT 05602 Tel: 802-498-0702 Fax: 802-223-8172 Edith Pike-Biegunska Associate Edith Pike-Biegunska's main focus at RAP is on European climate and energy policy. Prior to joining RAP, Ms. Pike-Biegunska spent a year working on international climate policy in Moscow, Russia. She earned her JD from New York University School of Law, where she participated in the NYU Environmental Law Clinic, focusing on public health and safety issues in post-Katrina New Orleans and on domestic and international climate policy. Prior to law school, she worked as a teacher in Japan and a Peace Corps volunteer in Siberia. She received her BA from Tulane University with a double major in Russian and Spanish, and speaks fluent Polish, Spanish, Russian, and conversational Japanese.

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