Deborah Nabaloga, MPP

Research Assistant
Clean Energy Policy

Deborah Nabaloga is a Research Assistant in Clean Energy Policy where she provides policy analysis and support for projects related to energy efficiency and clean energy. She also provides regulatory analysis and qualitative research for the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Southcentral Onsite Generation Technical Assistance Partnership (TAP).

Ms. Nabaloga’s research interests include regulatory, policy, and programmatic approaches to expand clean and renewable energy resources, as well as ways to reduce climate risks for vulnerable communities and businesses. She was part of the team involved in drafting the City of Houston’s Climate Action Plan, and has played an active role in other climate action and sustainability planning projects and initiatives.

Ms. Nabaloga earned a Master of Public Policy from the University of Houston’s Hobby School of Public Affairs, and a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science with a minor in Energy and Sustainability from the University of Houston.

Authored Publications and Related Projects

City of Houston Climate Action Plan

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