WHAT WE DO

Innovative. Effective.
Focused on Results.

Regulatory Design and Tracking, Energy and Climate Expertise, Emerging Market Strategy – for innovative clean technologies and established companies, Caliber is your advocate, partner and guide.

Regulatory Design and Tracking

Regulatory Design
& Tracking

Navigating the Regulatory Maze

California is complicated. A sound, informed regulatory strategy gets projects to market quickly and efficiently. But it’s a maze. Caliber’s keen understanding of California’s regulatory and policy landscape comes from directly developing programs and getting clients headed where they need to be. Their knowledge of California’s complex processes help clients see what lies ahead, realize how it can impact business, and communicate the issues before they become complications.

Energy and Climate Expertise

Energy & Climate
Expertise

Creating California’s Energy Future

With over 150 years of combined government and private-sector energy and climate experience, Caliber’s team has helped launch programs to build clean power and storage, electrify fleets, decarbonize buildings, improve carbon capture, and develop pathways for alternative fuels. Their hands-on approach helps clients move forward. Their combined experience – including leading high-level agencies like the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), serving as senior advisors to four California Governors, founding energy storage companies, and shaping California energy policy – puts them at the forefront of creating and implementing California’s energy future.

Emerging Market Strategy

Emerging Market
Strategies

Opening Doors for New and Existing Technologies

New and disruptive technologies create a better world, new market opportunities, and a snarl of legal and regulatory challenges. Caliber helps clients design strategies that open markets for new and existing technologies. A sound strategy – and the policy to support it – helps clients anticipate challenges and critical regulatory milestones.Our firm also provides due diligence services for major private equity firms and institutional investors interested in investing in California. Caliber’s connection to the pulse of California policy helps them anticipate market opportunities and avoid potential barriers. Their team provides unique market and regulatory insights that are not readily accessible to others.

Caliber’s Practice Areas

Renewable
Energy

distributed energy resources

Distributed
Energy Resources

Climate &
Air Quality

Energy
Markets

Rate and tariff design

Rate & Tariff Design

Building
Decarbonization

Transportation &
Low-Carbon Fuels

Natural
Resources

Transmission & Distribution Planning

Carbon Sequestration

Caliber’s Practice Areas

Renewable
Energy

Distributed
Energy Resources

Climate &
Air Quality

Energy
Markets

Rate & Tariff Design

Building
Decarbonization

Transportation &
Low-Carbon Fuels

Natural
Resources

Transmission & Distribution Planning

Carbon Sequestration

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Hope Fasching
Associate
Ms. Fasching is a green hydrogen policy expert and clean energy advocate, having spent several years working in clean energy consulting and policy development. Prior to joining Caliber, Ms. Fasching served as a Consultant and Senior Policy Analyst at Strategen, a clean energy strategy consulting firm, and also helped lead the Green Hydrogen Coalition. In this role, she worked extensively with the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), California Energy Commission (CEC), and California Air Resource Board (CARB) on various clean energy topics. She also tracked relevant clean energy legislation at the California State Legislature. Ms. Fasching also worked with the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) and other key stakeholders on California’s clean hydrogen hub. Ms. Fasching holds a Masters in Public Policy from the University of California, San Diego, with a focus on energy policy and econometric analysis. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of California, Los Angeles in Political Science.
Hope Fasching Headshot

Hope Fasching

Associate

Ms. Fasching is a green hydrogen policy expert and clean energy advocate, having spent several years working in clean energy consulting and policy development.

Prior to joining Caliber, Ms. Fasching served as a Consultant and Senior Policy Analyst at Strategen, a clean energy strategy consulting firm, and also helped lead the Green Hydrogen Coalition. In this role, she worked extensively with the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), California Energy Commission (CEC), and California Air Resource Board (CARB) on various clean energy topics. She also tracked relevant clean energy legislation at the California State Legislature. Ms. Fasching also worked with the Governor’s Office of usiness and Economic Development (GO-Biz) and other key stakeholders on California’s clean hydrogen hub.

Ms. Fasching holds a Masters in Public Policy from the University of California, San Diego, with a focus on energy policy and econometric analysis. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of California, Los Angeles in Political Science.

Hope Fasching Headshot

Hope Fasching

Associate

Ms. Fasching is a green hydrogen policy expert and clean energy advocate, having spent several years working in clean energy consulting and policy development. Prior to joining Caliber, Ms. Fasching served as a Consultant and Senior Policy Analyst at Strategen, a clean energy strategy consulting firm, and also helped lead the Green Hydrogen Coalition. In this role, she worked extensively with the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), California Energy Commission (CEC), and California Air Resource Board (CARB) on various clean energy topics. She also tracked relevant clean energy legislation at the California State Legislature. Ms. Fasching also worked with the Governor’s Office of usiness and Economic Development (GO-Biz) and other key stakeholders on California’s clean hydrogen hub. Ms. Fasching holds a Masters in Public Policy from the University of California, San Diego, with a focus on energy policy and econometric analysis. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of California, Los Angeles in Political Science.