As a senior energy analyst for the Union of Concerned Scientists’ (UCS) Clean Energy program, Deyette conducts analysis on the economic and environmental costs and benefits of renewable energy and energy efficiency policies. Mr. Deyette has co-authored numerous reports including Burning Coal, Burning Cash, Plugging In Renewable Energy, Increasing the Texas Renewable Energy Standard: Economic and Employment Benefits, The Colorado Renewable Energy Standard Ballot Initiative: Impacts on Jobs and the Economy, Renewing Where We Live, and Renewing America's Economy. He has also written articles for various renewable energy industry publications.
Prior to coming to UCS, Deyette worked as an Environmental Protection Specialist for the New England Division of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. He has a master's degree from Boston University in Energy Resource and Environmental Management & International Relations, and a bachelor's degree from St. Lawrence University in Environmental Science and Government.