Cameron “Cammy” Peterson is the Director of Clean Energy at the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC), the public regional planning agency that serves the 101 cities and towns of Metro Boston. Cammy oversees MAPC’s clean energy work, including local energy, climate, and net zero planning; regional procurements; and local and state climate and energy policy. She facilitates solar, renewable thermal, climate action, community energy resiliency, alternative fuel infrastructure, and energy efficiency program and policy development and cultivates partnerships with municipalities, community-based organizations, policymakers, and other stakeholders, including through the Metro Mayors Climate Preparedness Taskforce and Net Zero Commitment, to advance clean energy efforts throughout Massachusetts. She frequently represents MAPC on the State’s Energy Efficiency Advisory Council, Global Warming Solutions Act Implementation Advisory Committee, Zero Energy Advisory Council, and Green Communities Advisory Council. She further strives to integrate clean energy practices into all aspects of MAPC’s planning work. Prior to her work at MAPC, among other endeavors, Cammy managed the energy, environmental, and transportation policy and legislative portfolios for New York State Assembly Member Brian Kavanagh. She earned a Master’s degree in Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning from Tufts University, and she holds a Bachelor degree, cum laude, from Harvard University.