Director of Renewable Gas, Robin Lanier named rising star of the utilities industry by Public Utilities Fortnightly
Our very own Robin Lanier was named one of the up-and-coming rising stars of the utilities industry by Public Utilities Fortnightly, a national magazine for the utility and energy industries. Lanier was one of only 80 leaders across the nation named on this year’s Fortnightly Under Forties list.
Lanier, Director of Renewable Gas, leads development, advancement, and execution of the company's renewable gas strategy. She leads a growing team responsible for renewable gas strategic investment, project development and asset management efforts, as well as program design and implementation across multiple jurisdictions.
Lanier is responsible for representing and advancing renewable gas and serves as a renewable gas expert witness in regulatory proceedings and external forums. She recently worked in Georgia Power's Environmental Affairs Organization as the Environmental Regulatory and Strategy Manager, developing Georgia Power's environmental compliance strategy and capital budgets for the company's electric generation fleet.
Public Utilities Fortnightly recognized 80 individuals under age 40 from 29 utilities, utility regulatory commissions and other industry organizations. In 2016, Public Utilities Fortnightly was transformed into a member association after its founding 88 years ago. About 250 utilities, industry organizations, utility regulatory bodies, other governmental agencies, vendors, professional firms, and advocacy groups have become Public Utilities Fortnightly members. Public Utilities Fortnightly is a platform to participate in the utilities and energy industries' sustainable, resilient, affordable debates, as well as amplify points of view on policies, strategies, innovations, products and services.