Managing Director of Policy and Market Strategy
As Managing Director of Policy & Market Strategy, Madeleine is responsible for helping ENGIE Distributed Solar gain a strategic advantage by fostering new customer relationships and driving revenue development through the application of high-value and actionable market intelligence. Formerly Edison Energy’s Managing Director of Energy Storage Solutions, Madeleine led SoCore Energy and Edison Energy’s diversification beyond solar into integrated load management, smart energy storage and customized distributed generation.
Madeleine has nearly 20 years of experience in energy policy and market analysis. Prior to joining ENGIE, she was a Senior Policy Advocate with the Environmental Law & Policy Center in Chicago, where she was involved in renewable energy policy development and regulatory proceedings across the Midwest. She was also a member of the management team for the City of Chicago’s Solar Market Transformation Project, part of the U.S. Department of Energy’s SunShot Initiative.
Madeleine previously served as Deputy Director of Policy & Communications for the City of Knoxville, Tennessee, where she led downtown redevelopment activities and launched the City’s Energy & Sustainability Initiative, including the Solar America Cities program. Between 2002 and 2006, Madeleine worked as a Policy Analyst for Environment Northeast and as Coordinator of the Community Clean Air Initiative for the City of New Haven, Connecticut.
Madeleine holds a Master’s of Environmental Management from the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies and a BA from Carleton College.