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Mark Griffith

Director, Power, Gas, Coal, and Renewables, IHS Markit

Mark Griffith is a senior research director at IHS Markit, focused on the impact that industry trends, including climate change policy and competition among fuels and energy technologies, have on the operational and strategic decisions of market participants.
Mr. Griffith is the project manager for IHS Markit's hydrogen-focused multiclient study, "Hydrogen in the Golden State," with primary responsibility for the development and delivery of its content. An authority on energy market analysis, Mr. Griffith advises a diverse group of clients, including electric and gas utilities, independent power producers, government entities, financial investors, and equipment manufacturers. As the research director for the IHS Markit North American gas and power scenarios research, Mr. Griffith provides a continual flow of research and support to clients in the development and application of the IHS Markit scenarios to their decision-making processes, as well as advising customers developing their own scenarios. Prior to joining IHS Markit, he held several senior positions in the energy consulting industry, specializing in the analysis of energy, capacity, ancillary service, emission allowance and renewable energy credit markets, electric power asset transactional due diligence, and integrated resource planning. Previously, he focused on power marketing, risk management, integrated resource planning, regulatory analysis, and fuel planning during 15 years in the electric utility industry. Mr. Griffith has sponsored expert witness testimony in Kansas, Iowa, North Carolina, Texas, Virginia, and in private arbitration. He holds Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees from The Pennsylvania State University, United States.
  • Power & Utility
  • Oil & Gas
  • Hydrogen energy
  • Power and energy
  • Renewables
  • Scenario planning & analysis
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