Jeremy Lewis presently serves as the Deputy Director for the New Mexico State Energy Office housed at the New Mexico Energy Minerals and Natural Resources Department’s Energy Conservation and Management Division. From 2019 to 2023, Jeremy was the Office of Renewable Energy Director at the New Mexico State Land Office where he launched the newly created Renewable Energy Office to lease state trust land for renewable energy projects. He guided the State Land Office’s growth to their one-gigawatt portfolio of wind and solar leases. Prior to 2019, Jeremy was Planning Bureau Chief for the New Mexico Energy Conservation and Management Division, where for ten years he served to forward programs, policies, projects, and education on renewable energy, energy efficiency, and alternative fuels/transportation. He has worked as a transmission policy analyst with Western Resource Advocates to increase renewable energy access to the grid; with the Rocky Mountain Youth Corps to forward positive youth development and conservation in Northern New Mexico; and as a Peace Corps Volunteer to expand sustainable agriculture in Cameroon, West Africa. He has a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Massachusetts and a Masters of Community and Regional Planning degree from the University of New Mexico.