Mr. DeLosa is a Manager at The Brattle Group, with comprehensive experience at the intersection of state clean energy policy and wholesale electricity markets.

He has served as a subject matter expert for senior decision-makers across a wide range of power market issues, including cost-effective implementation of state clean energy policy, resource adequacy, transmission planning, energy and reserve markets, demand response, financial transmission rights, energy efficiency, and energy storage. Mr. DeLosa has offered expert guidance on major state policy initiatives, including PJM’s inaugural State Agreement Approach for integrating offshore wind, integrated distribution planning, transmission cost allocation, and retail rate design.

Before joining Brattle, Mr. DeLosa was the Bureau Chief of Federal & Regional Policy at the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities, where he managed all RTO and federal affairs for the State. In his prior role, he also oversaw regional regulatory affairs for the Delaware Public Service Commission. He has also advised a wide range of PJM States as a long-time member of the Organization of PJM states (OPSI) staff.


University of Tulsa College of Law
MJ, Energy Law

University of Delaware
BS, Energy & Environmental Policy