David Magnus Boonin is a nationally recognized regulatory public utility economist, thought leader and change agent with over four decades experience in public utility regulation, policy and strategy. Mr. Boonin synchronizes the public and private interests. Mr. Boonin founded TBG consulting in 1992, which finds superior solutions for its clients that include electric, gas and water utilities (both investor owned and municipal), regulatory agencies, energy consumers, competitive energy companies, financial and insurance institutions, foreign companies and organizations, start-up or second phase companies, law firms and consulting companies. He provides expert testimony and serves as “C” level officers.
Mr. Boonin has held numerous other positions, including in part: Commissioner and Executive Director of the Philadelphia Gas Commission, Chief Economist at the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission, Principal for Electric and Multi-Utilities at the National Regulatory Research Institute and President of New Energy Ventures Mid-Atlantic, which grew into the nation’s largest competitive energy services firm.
David earned his Masters of Arts degree in Economics from Brown University in 1976. He holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Economics from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.