Strategic Environmental Consulting

M.J. Bradley & Associates LLC (MJB&A) provides strategic consulting services to address energy and environmental issues for the private, public, and non-profit sectors. We create value and address risks with a comprehensive approach to strategy and implementation, ensuring clients have timely access to information and the tools to use it to their advantage.

Our highly tailored approach combines private sector strategy with public policy in air quality, energy, climate change, environmental markets, energy efficiency, renewable energy, transportation, and advanced technologies. Our international client base includes electric and natural gas utilities, major transportation fleet operators, investors, clean technology firms, environmental groups and government agencies.

MJB&A Analysis Tools

Learn more about MJB&A’s analytical tools: (1) EV charging infrastructure, (2) costs and benefits of electric vehicles, (3) electric bus planning, and (4) pathways to achieving economy-wide GHG reduction goals.

Transportation Policy Toolkit

Explore our toolkit for advanced transportation policies

News & Events


On November 25, a group of companies that purchase natural gas for delivery to customers and for use as a fuel source in electric power generation submitted joint comments to EPA expressing significant concerns with the Agency’s proposal to remove the regulation of methane emissions from the oil and natural gas source category.


M.J. Bradley & Associates LLC (MJB&A), a leading strategic environmental consulting firm, is pleased to announce that Kate Fay has joined the firm as a Senior Vice President. In this position, Kate will help expand MJB&A’s climate and air policy services for the firm’s energy sector clients, particularly those involved with upstream oil and gas.


M.J. Bradley & Associates is pleased to announce the release of Version 3.0 of the Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Location Identification Tool, developed in coordination with the Georgetown Climate Center. The updated tool now covers over 12,500 miles of key transportation corridors ranging from North Carolina to Maine.