M.J. Bradley & Associates LLC (MJB&A) is pleased to announce that Robert LaCount has joined MJB&A as an Executive Vice President. In this new position, LaCount will develop and lead new and expanded products and services for MJB&A clients in the natural gas, electric power, and transportation sectors.
“Rob brings a wealth of experience and expertise, and we look forward to his leadership in our expanding Washington, DC office,” said Michael Bradley, MJB&A’s President. “He will work closely with our diverse team to leverage their expertise and expand our offerings with a focus on environmental and clean energy strategy for the natural gas and electric power sectors.”
LaCount joins MJB&A from IHS CERA, where he managed environmental, climate change, and clean energy research for IHS products and services including the IHS Climate Change and Clean Energy Forum. Previously, he was Director of Environmental Policy and Strategy at PG&E National Energy Group. LaCount has also managed the design and implementation of numerous environmental regulations and emissions trading programs in previous positions with the US Environmental Protection Agency and the Maryland Department of the Environment.
“I’m honored to join MJB&A. The seasoned team combines a unique blend of policy, technical, financial, economic, and analytical expertise that brings great value to MJB&A clients by offering highly-tailored, creative solutions,” said LaCount. “I look forward to helping to expand the suite of MJB&A products and services to assist clients’ corporate strategic planning and implementation of public policy goals.”
MJB&A provides strategic consulting services to address energy and environmental issues for the private, public, and non-profit sectors. MJB&A creates value and addresses risks with a comprehensive approach to strategy and implementation, ensuring clients have timely access to information and the tools to use it to their advantage. The firm's international client base includes electric and natural gas utilities, major transportation fleet operators, investors, clean technology firms, environmental groups, and government agencies.