CPUC lead analyst for market transformation and site-level NMEC
Christina Torok joined the Energy Efficiency Emerging Trends section of the Energy Efficiency Branch at the CPUC in 2016. She is the lead analyst for market transformation and site-level NMEC, and also works on statewide programs and refrigerants issues, including the Refrigerants Avoided Cost Calculator. Prior to joining the CPUC, Ms. Torok worked as evaluator of energy efficiency programs, with an emphasis on commercial sector programs, net-to-gross analysis, and process evaluation. Ms. Torok holds a masters degree in economics from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.