Kambour provides governors’ staff with technical assistance on a range of topics in the energy, environment and transportation sectors including: electric transmission and grid modernization; enhancing deployment of energy efficiency and renewable energy; nuclear power and waste management; environmental regulation; transportation and land use planning; transportation financing; and alternative-fuel vehicles and infrastructure. He manages NGA’s Federal Facilities Task Force, a group of governor-appointed representatives from 13 states with regulatory oversight of the cleanup of radioactive and hazardous waste at U.S. Department of Energy nuclear weapons production sites.
Education: Master of Public Policy with concentration in Environmental & Regulatory Policy, Georgetown University; Bachelor of Arts, Philosophy, Tufts University
AWARDS AND PROFESSIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS
- Member, Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments Air and Climate Public Advisory Committee
- Enhancing State Energy Efficiency Efforts Through Information and Outreach to Consumers (National Governors Association Center for Best Practices, May 2012)
- State Strategies for Accelerating Transmission Development for Renewable Energy (National Governors Association Center for Best Practices, January 2012)
- Addressing Post-ARRA Compliance and Workforce Concerns in the Nuclear Weapons Complex (National Governors Association Center for Best Practices, February 2011)
- Advancing Clean Energy: A Report of the Clean Energy States Grant Program (National Governors Association Center for Best Practices, May 2010)