David Cash

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David Cash
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Massachusetts Public Utilities Commission
In office
June 2011 - Present
Years in position 3
Base salary$133,900
Elections and appointments
AppointedJune 2011
Appointed byGov. Deval Patrick
Term limitsN/A
Bachelor'sYale University
Ph.D.Kennedy School, Harvard University
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David Cash serves on the Massachusetts Public Utilities Commission. He was appointed in June 2011.


Dr. Cash was born in New York City. Prior to getting his doctorate, he taught science in middle and high school.[1] He also worked as a research associate at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. He also lectured on environmental science and public policy. He went on to serve as the Undersecretary for Policy in the Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs. He helped develop the office's Massachusetts Clean Energy and Climate Plan for 2020.


  • Bachelor's degree, Yale University
  • Doctorate degree, Kennedy School, Harvard University

Political Career

Massachusetts Public Utilities Commission (2011 - present)

Cash has served on the Massachusetts Public Utilities Commission since June 2011.[2]


Cash was appointed to the Massachusetts Public Utilities Commission by Gov. Deval Patrick in June 2011.[2]

Contact Information

Department of Public Utilities
One South Station
Boston, MA 02110

Phone: 617-305-3500

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  1. Grist.org David Cash, Massachusetts air-policy director, answers questions, May 24, 2005
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