Deputy Secretary of the US Department of Energy (1983-89)
Chairman, US Department of Energy’s Nuclear Energy Advisory Committee (2002-present)
Chairman, Washington Policy & Analysis
William F. Martin is an energy economist who has served as Executive Secretary of the National Security Council, Special Assistant to President Ronald Reagan, and Deputy Secretary of the US Department of Energy under President Reagan.
Bill is currently Chairman of the US Department of Energy’s Nuclear Energy Advisory Committee (since 2002), and has served as Chairman of the Council on Foreign Relation’s Energy Security Group for the past ten years.
He is also Chairman of Washington Policy & Analysis, an international consulting firm specialising in energy, environment, trade, transportation, technology, and maritime security and intelligence issues.
Bill joined the Board of the World Resources Institute (WRI) in 1998 and served as WRI’s Chairman of the Development Committee. In 1997, he was a co-author of a Trilateral Commission study, Maintaining Energy Security in a Global Context. He has also written several books and many articles on issues of global energy security.
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