Marley Urdanick

Energy and Utilities Consultant at PA Consulting Group
Master of Environmental Management , Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies , 2015

Marley is an Energy and Utilities Consultant at PA Consulting Group. She is interested in the intersection of energy, finance and energy efficiency. She was a research assistant at CBEY and worked for Yale’s Clean Energy Finance Forum, the only news source focused exclusively on energy efficiency finance and renewable energy finance.

She spent one summer as a finance intern at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) in Golden, Colorado. At NREL, she supported the renewable energy finance team and published an article that examined emerging renewable energy finance structures, called “yieldcos”.

Prior to Yale, Marley worked as assistant coordinator at Cornell Cooperative Extension to support NYSERDA's residential energy efficiency program, Green Jobs Green New York. During this time she helped launch the On Bill Recovery program and helped build relationships between program participants, contractors and the program administrator. Marley served on the Broome County Environmental Management Council from 2008 until she left her position as Vice Chair to attend Yale in 2013. Marley was born and raised in upstate New York and holds a BS from Binghamton University.


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