Mark Cooper

Cooper is a senior research fellow for economic analysis at the Institute for Energy and the Environment at Vermont Law School. He has almost 40 years experience as a public policy analyst and expert witness for public interest clients. As such, he has appeared more than 300 times before public utility commissions, federal agencies, and state and federal legislatures in more than 40 jurisdictions in the United States and Canada. He first analyzed nuclear power economics in 1984 before the Mississippi Public Service Commission in regard to the construction of the second unit at the Grand Gulf nuclear power station.