David Rosner joined the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission as a Commissioner in June 2024. Commissioner Rosner has 15 years of experience across energy technologies, market design and energy policy issues, both in and outside of government. Prior to his service as a Commissioner, he was an energy industry analyst for FERC and spent two years on detail to the U.S. Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee Democratic staff. During his time as a staff member at FERC, he led efforts related to the Commission’s rulemaking on energy storage resources, electric transmission, offshore wind integration, fuel security, and natural gas-electric coordination.

Commissioner Rosner was previously a senior policy advisor for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Policy and Systems Analysis and an associate director at the Bipartisan Policy Center’s energy project. Commissioner Rosner holds master’s degrees in economics and public policy from American University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics from Tufts University.

Commissioner Rosner resides in Washington, D.C., with his family.

Sworn In
June 17, 2024
Term Expires
June 30, 2027


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