Susan Stevens Miller

Senior Attorney


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Susan Stevens Miller is a senior attorney with the Clean Energy Program. She is based in Washington, D.C.

Prior to joining Earthjustice, Susan served as General Counsel to the Maryland Public Service Commission and came to Earthjustice from the Energy Market Division of the Office of the General Counsel of FERC.

Susan graduated from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and received her law degree from the University of Maryland School of Law.

The Latest by Susan Stevens Miller

Father supervising his teenage kids when preparing food at home on an electric rangetop appliance.
January 24, 2023

Maryland’s Next Climate Challenge: Electrifying Homes for Low-income Marylanders

New report shines a light on Maryland’s opportunity to weave together policies and funding streams to leave no household behind as the state goes electric.
Maryland State House by Cuzco84/(CC BY-NC 2.0)
November 16, 2021

Maryland Commission on Climate Change Makes Moves to Electrify the Old Line State

The recent MD Climate Commission Report makes important recommendations to tackle the climate crisis.
Rally at the Maryland statehouse on January 14, 2015 to urge legislators to raise the state's renewable energy standard
May 4, 2021

Maryland Passes Suite of Encouraging Climate and Energy Legislation

These bills mark a turning point in the state’s journey to transition away from fossil fuels toward clean energy and transportation.
Graphic design reading "the future is electric" over an image of an all-electric metro bus with the Earthjustice campaign name "Right to Zero" in its marquee
April 1, 2021

Electrification is Coming to D.C., Maryland, Virginia

As state and local governments look to a future free of fossil fuels, Earthjustice is organizing with our partners to help ease the transition.
The Michoud gas-fired power plant, located in the New Orleans East neighborhood of New Orleans, Louisiana. The newly proposed gas-fired power plant is proposed for the same area.
March 10, 2017

New Orleans Community Gains Ground Against a Risky Gas Plant

Residents of New Orleans East are speaking out against a planned gas-fired power plant that would leave the community even more vulnerable to the effects of climate change.