Adam Smith, Manager, Climate Policy, Regulatory Affairs, Southern California Edison
Adam serves as Southern California Edison’s resident expert on state and federal climate policy – including Cap-and-Trade, and post-2020 climate policy. In this role Adam works with regulatory agencies and stakeholders to find policy solutions that achieve climate goals and continue to provide safe, reliable, and affordable electric service to Southern California. Before coming to Edison, Adam held positions with the United Nations Environment Programme, UC Berkeley’s Transportation Sustainability Research Center, and the Pew Charitable Trusts. In 2016, Adam was selected as an Emerging Leader in Energy and Environmental Policy by the Atlantic Council and Ecologic Institute. Adam did his undergraduate work at UC Berkeley, and received a M.Sc. in Society & Environmental Policy from the University of Oxford.