Director, Strategy Formulation, PG&E
David Rubin is presently the Director of Strategy Formulation at Pacific Gas and Electric Company in San Francisco, where he has responsibility for leading utility-level strategy ideation, strategy selection and initial implementation of strategic initiatives.
From 1982-1985, David was responsible for energy efficiency, cogeneration and district heating with the City and County of San Francisco. He joined PG&E in 1985, and spent seven years in the marketing and rates areas. He left PG&E in 1992 to join the International Energy Agency in Paris, France. While at the IEA, he had responsibility for electricity restructuring, energy efficiency and demand side management, and participated in a number of energy sector studies throughout Europe and the former Soviet Union.
He returned to PG&E in 1995. His educational background includes a Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering from the University of Maryland, and a Master of Science degree in Technology and Policy from MIT. David is a registered mechanical engineer in California.