PennFuture Staff

By Rob

PA's resolution for 2016: cut methane emissions

What MTV taught me about fossil fuel subsidies

Will the state Senate vote to raise your electric bill?

EPA affirms there is no Oz behind the curtain

Climate change impacts in Pennsylvania

The EPA needs to hear from you!

Methane reductions: lessons from a crash test dummy

Spotting misleading Clean Power Plan claims

The final Clean Power Plan is here

Waiting for the Clean Power Plan

Rob Altenburg

Director, PennFuture Energy Center

Rob Altenburg is director of the PennFuture Energy Center. Based in Harrisburg, he has been with the statewide organization since January 2014. Before coming to PennFuture, he spent nearly 22 years with the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP). Initially working in the Bureau of Air Quality on computer models and procedures to forecast pollution levels, he then served as an executive policy specialist in the department's policy office advising the governor's office and DEP's executive staff on a variety of environmental and public health issues. Prior to joining the DEP, he worked in software development and systems administration as well as serving in the U.S. Army Reserve, where he commanded a combat engineer company.

A native of Pennsylvania, Altenburg holds a B.S. in Earth Science from Clarion University of Pennsylvania, a certificate from Penn State University in Geographic Information Systems, and a J.D. (cum laude) from the Widener University School of Law in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

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