Founder and Director, Renewables 100 Policy Institute
Diane Moss is a Founder and Director of the Renewables 100 Policy Institute and an independent consultant focused on energy policy, government relations, and sustainability related communications and campaigns for a broad range of entities, including non-profits, clean tech companies, and utilities, among others. She recently served as Policy Director for the California Hydrogen Business Council and as South Coast Air Quality Management District Board Member Consultant and Sustainability Consultant to Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn. She previously served as South Coast Air Quality Management District Board Member Consultant to Los Angeles County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl. She also was U.S. Policy Advisor to World Future Council and served as Environmental Deputy to United States Congressmember Jane Harman. Her writing on renewable energy related issues has been published in Wall Street Journal, Beam, Today’s Facility Manager, and Cleantechnica, among others. Ms. Moss studied at Harvard University and New York University and completed a thesis program in political science in Paris with professors from L’Institut d’Etudes Politques, University of Paris, and HEC. She also was an intern to the Costa Rican Ambassador to UNESCO in Paris.