AnnDyl is dedicated to advancing clients' public policy and business goals. As a one-stop policy analysis, advocacy, and business development shop, we help private sector companies, NGOs, foundations, and associations navigate and shape the energy policy environment and find solutions to complex problems at the federal, state, and local level. AnnDyl is focused on working with clients committed to addressing the climate crisis and are taking action to advance the clean energy revolution.
Our Approach: Unlike other firms, AnnDyl does not “skip on the wavetops” of clean energy issues – our team has all spent their careers working on issues related to climate change, energy, and environmental policy. Our depth of understanding of the complex issues allows us to be an expansion of staff for our clients who can lean on our policy expertise without needing to take the time to bring us up to speed. We use our strong relationships with state, national, and international policymakers and stakeholders to advance energy policy, programs and initiatives. We also support energy efficiency and clean energy businesses with strategy, analysis and business networking. We leverage our industry and policymaker alliances to make connections and open up partnership opportunities among our trade association and energy coalition contacts. We maintain and grow our expertise through ongoing research projects, providing regular publications to the evolving clean energy landscape to advance understanding of sustainable policy opportunities.
Experience Matters: AnnDyl’s senior executives have held positions with:
- Members of the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate
- Congressional committees including the House Energy and Commerce Committee and the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources
- Federal Agencies including the Departments of Interior and Energy
- The Energy Committee of the Massachusetts legislature
In addition, AnnDyl staff have held senior positions with Fortune 500 companies including Google, Southern California Edison, and Owens Corning as well as several startups in the clean energy sector. Finally, AnnDyl executives have extensive experience with trade associations as members, board members, and executive directors.
AnnDyl was founded in 2010 by Kara Saul Rinaldi.