Kate McKeever

Director of Regulatory and Institutional Affairs
Enel Green Power North America

Kate McKeever serves as Director of Regulatory Affairs for Enel Green Power North America, Inc (EGP-NA). Based in the company’s Andover, Massachusetts headquarters, Ms. McKeever is responsible for government relations and public policy for the U.S. Eastern Region.

Kate McKeever serves as Director of Regulatory Affairs for Enel Green Power North America, Inc (EGP-NA). Based in the company’s Andover, Massachusetts headquarters, Ms. McKeever is responsible for government relations and public policy for the U.S. Eastern Region. Ms. McKeever joined EGP-NA in April 2017 after 17 years working for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, where she last held the position of General Counsel in the Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) in the Baker-Polito Administration. In this role, Ms. McKeever provided legal advice on developing and implementing the Commonwealth’s energy and environmental policies and programs and establishing legislative priorities. Prior to EEA, Ms. McKeever was appointed by Governor Deval Patrick as a Commissioner at the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities (DPU) to lead the state utility regulatory authority. During her time as a Commissioner, the DPU issued two groundbreaking Orders on Grid Modernization and Time Varying Rates designed to fundamentally change the way the utilities do business, with a focus on investments in innovative technologies. Ms. McKeever’s other previous experience includes being both the Chief of Staff and a Hearing Officer at DPU, working as an Assistant District Attorney in Suffolk County, and serving as a Legislative Aide for the Speaker of the Massachusetts House of Representatives.

In 1994, Ms. McKeever earned her bachelor’s degree in political science from Temple University and, in 2005, received her Juris Doctorate from Suffolk University Law School. Ms. McKeever served as an Electricity Committee Member for the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) and on Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh’s Energy, Environment, and Open Space Transition Team charged with developing a report containing deliverables for the first 100 days in office and over his four-year term.