BOSTON – Tuesday, February 3, 2015 – Today, Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs Matthew Beaton announced Ned Bartlett will serve as Undersecretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs.
“Ned’s proven track record in the fields of energy and environmental affairs make him a great asset to the team,” said Matthew Beaton, Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs. “I am confident that Ned’s invaluable expertise will enable the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs to make certain that Massachusetts remains a leader in clean and renewable energy, and continues to protect our natural resources and preserve open spaces for the residents of the Commonwealth.”
“I thank Governor Baker, Lieutenant Governor Polito, and Secretary Beaton for the opportunity to serve in the administration and to work with the dedicated personnel throughout the agencies and authorities within the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs,” said Ned Bartlett, Undersecretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs. “The Commonwealth has an excellent opportunity to build upon its energy and environmental successes, and I look forward to ensuring that Massachusetts’ residents are provided with the responsive government they need and deserve.”
Ned Bartlett, Undersecretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs
Ned Bartlett previously served as a Partner at Bowditch & Dewey, LLP where he maintained a diverse environmental, energy and transportation practice.
Prior to private practice, Ned served as an attorney in a number of environmental and state agencies, and as Special Assistant Attorney General for the Office of the Attorney General of Massachusetts. Ned brings a wealth of private and public sector experience to the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs.