Megan Levy is the Local Energy Programs Manager at the Wisconsin Office of Energy Innovation. A graduate of the University of Wisconsin–Madison, Levy has spent more than a decade working with building energy efficiency both in the low-income weatherization program and with the Wisconsin State Energy Office (now known as the Wisconsin Office of Energy Innovation). Levy is currently an Energy Emergency Assurance Coordinator for the state and also oversees the Energy Independent Communities program which counts more than 147 communities as members. She designed and is the manager of the Municipal Energy Efficiency Technical Assistance Program (MEETAP) in which the Energy Office provides expertise to municipalities and schools across the state to facilitate successful energy efficiency projects.
Levy has served on the Board of Directors of the Midwest Renewable Energy Association since being elected in 2016. In August of 2017, Levy was named Co-Chair of the National Association of State Energy Officials Energy Security Committee. A chanteuse for the last twenty years, Levy performs jazz, jump blues, and swing all over Wisconsin under the moniker Madison Red, with her four piece band.