Supervising Attorney, Pennsylvania Utility Law Project (PULP)
Elizabeth R. Marx is a Supervising Attorney at the Pennsylvania Utility Law Project (PULP), where she engages in complex litigation before the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission and provides advocacy, consultation, training, and support services related to energy and utility matters on behalf of Pennsylvania’s low-income residents and community organizations. Elizabeth has presented numerous workshops at the National Energy and Utility Affordable Conference in 2016, 2017, and 2018, and recently co-authored an article for the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) 2018 Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings, Small Steps in Coordination Equals Leaps and Bounds for Pennsylvania’s Underserved Families: Driving Policy Improvements through Collaborative Advocacy.
Prior to joining PULP, Elizabeth worked as a Staff Attorney at the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence. Elizabeth received her B.A. in political science, cum laude, from Temple University and her J.D., magna cum laude, from Widener University School of Law, where she served as Executive Managing Editor of the Widener Law Journal.
It’s a given that energy efficiency is beneficial to owners and renters alike, but which policies, pilots, and products are being offered with the needs of ALL consumers in mind? How can the industry address some of the special challenges of multifamily buildings? Are low-income customers being asked to shoulder an unfair energy burden? What […]