Natalie Mims Frick

Deputy: Energy Markets & Policy Department
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Natalie Mims Frick is a Deputy Department Leader and Energy Policy Researcher in the Energy Markets and Policy Department at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab). She conducts and manages research and technical assistance for states on energy efficiency and DER policies, regulations, and programs. Among the projects she is leading are a new, multi-lab initiative to advance equity in grid planning, guidance on distribution equity analysis, and technical assistance on virtual power plants. Before joining the lab, Natalie was a consultant on demand-side management regulatory proceedings across the country. Previously, she was the Energy Efficiency Director at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy and a Senior Consultant at Rocky Mountain Institute. Natalie holds a Bachelor of Arts in English and Political Science from Pennsylvania State University and a Master of Studies in Environmental Law from Vermont Law School.