Amlan joined MJB&A in June 2007. He specializes in strategic analysis and modeling of energy sector policy. Amlan assists MJB&A clients with regulatory and market structure of electric and gas utilities, economic implications of environmental regulations, cap and trade systems, and wholesale electricity market development. He is responsible for tracking the U.S. electric and natural gas sectors, state of the U.S. natural gas pipeline infrastructure, and electricity market data.
Amlan has co-authored several expert reports on behalf of members of the Clean Energy Group (CEG). He recently reviewed the impact on U.S. electric system reliability of the EPA Toxics (proposed) and Cross-state rules. In the past he has undertaken model-driven evaluations of impacts of environmental allowance allocation mechanisms on retail electricity rates at the utility level. His analysis of the proposed American Clean Energy and Security Act was referenced and quoted widely including at a U.S. Senate Committee hearing and in a statement by a member of the U.S. Congress.
Prior to working at MJB&A, Amlan studied public policy and international security at the Fletcher school of Law and Diplomacy. His research at Fletcher developed a framework to measure the effectiveness and appropriateness of national policies to protect critical infrastructure.
Amlan holds a Master of Arts in Law and Diplomacy (MALD) degree from the Fletcher School at Tufts University, an MBA degree from l'Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales (HEC Paris), and a Bachelor of Engineering degree, with Honors, from the National University of Singapore.
Amlan has lived and worked in three continents, has traveled extensively, and speaks Hindi, Bengali, Assamese, French, and some German and Thai.