Jamie Scripps is the owner of Hunterston Consulting LLC, where she offers climate research and advanced energy policy expertise to clients across the Midwest. Jamie’s electricity rate design research has been featured in proceedings throughout the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic, and she is a recognized expert on policies related to cogeneration.

In 2016, Jamie was featured as a Midwest Energy News “40 under 40” awardee.

Prior to founding Hunterston Consulting LLC, Jamie was a partner with 5 Lakes Energy LLC. Previously, she also served as assistant deputy director for the Michigan Department of Energy, Labor & Economic Growth.

A graduate of the University of Michigan Law School, and a 2005 recipient of the law school’s Irving Stenn Jr. Leadership Award, Jamie has practiced law with Sondee, Racine & Doren PLC in Traverse City, Michigan and Venable LLP in Washington, D.C. 

Jamie also served as deputy policy director for the Michigan Environmental Council (MEC).

In addition to her J.D. from Michigan Law, Jamie has earned a master’s degree in leadership studies from North Central College and a bachelor’s degree in education from the University of Michigan.

For more information, please contact jamie@hunterstonconsulting.com


Jamie Scripps, How Will the “Clean Power Plan” Affect Michigan?, 33 Mich Env L J N. 4, p 3-9 (2015).

Jamie Scripps, 5 Lakes Energy (2018). Apples-to-Apples: Comparing Customer Standby Charges for Improved Rate Design.

Jamie Scripps, Hunterston Consulting LLC (2019). Where Things Stand on Standby Rates - Executive Summary.

Jamie Scripps, Hunterston Consulting LLC (2019). Where Things Stand on Standby Rates.


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