Maggie Shober

Research Director

Maggie Shober works to speed the clean energy transformation in the Southeast through analysis and advocacy. She has expertise in renewable energy, energy efficiency, coal retirements, energy market modeling, and transmission. In October of 2019, Maggie transitioned into the Research Director position and leads SACE’s technical work.

Prior to SACE, Maggie advised energy companies and utilities as part of Navigant Consulting’s Energy Practice. She also has hands-on experience in both federal and state policy. She holds a Master’s of Energy and Environmental Policy from the University of Delaware, and a BS in physics and environmental studies from Allegheny College.

Maggie's Recent Posts


Tracking Decarbonization in the Southeast: 2023 Update

Climate science shows we must achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions between 2040-2055 to limit the global average temperature increase to 1.5 degrees Celsius and avoid the worst impacts of the climate crisis.


Duke's Carbon Plan/ Integrated Resource Plan is Imminent, Here's What to Expect

Duke Energy, one of the most high-profile electric utility companies in the country, is gearing up to start a process with potential to significantly impact carbon reduction in the Southeast.


Courts to FERC: Take Another Look at SEEM

On July 14, 2023, the District of Columbia Court of Appeals released a decision in our appeal of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's (FERC's) approval of the Southeast Energy Exchange Market, or…

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News & Resources


SACE et al response to SEEM Utilities' response to FERC Deficiency Letter

Protest of Public Interest Organizations, filed at FERC on July 28, 2021


FERC Deficiency Letter on SEEM

FERC issued a deficiency letter on the Southeast Energy Exchange Market, or SEEM, on May 4, 2021.