Effective programs for unique communities, be they national, regional, state, city or even community, Ted Flanigan has been at the forefront of program design and evaluation for 25 years.
For the New York Power Authority in the mid-1980s, Flanigan was instrumental in major relighting programs for MTA and the Port Authority. In the late 1990s, he directed the Energy Program at the prestigious Rocky Mountain Institute, later he was granted funds by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation to track best practices across the country and in Europe and Asia.
Flanigan came to California to serve as Director of Energy Efficiency for the City of Los Angeles; later he managed major programs for the State’s largest utilities. Flanigan publishes and lectures on a broad range of energy and environmental issues and policies, and has an extensive consulting background working with utilities, cities, and non-government organizations around the world.