Kyle Davis is Director, U.S. Federal Policy at Enel North America. In his role, Davis provides strategic leadership to the company’s North American business development efforts, focused primarily on policies benefiting renewable energy, energy storage, demand response, micro grids and electric vehicles. He has over twenty five years’ experience in the electricity industry.
Davis joined Enel in 2016, after thirteen years with Berkshire Hathaway Energy, where he last held the position of Director, Congressional Relations. Prior to coming to Washington, DC, he was the Director, Environmental Policy and Strategy at Berkshire’s western utility PacifiCorp and a similar position within Berkshire’s Midwestern utility, MidAmerican Energy Company. Davis’ other previous experience includes a managerial position at Edison Mission Energy, Edison International, and Southern California Edison. Davis began his professional career in 1990 at the South Coast Air Quality Management District, within its Technology Advancement Office.
In 2008, Davis won the Electric Power Research Institute’s prestigious Environmental Technology Transfer Award for organizing, promoting and communicating the results of a Collaborative Analysis of CO2 Policy Impacts on Western Power Markets project.
In 1991, Davis earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from California State University Fullerton, and in 2000 received his Juris Doctorate from Whittier Law School. Davis is a member of the American Bar Association and from 2007-2011 served as a climate change vice-chair for the ABA’s Climate Change, Sustainable Development and Ecosystems Committee. Davis currently resides in South Riding, Virginia, with his wife Amanda and their two sons, Nicholas and Kendall.