Energy reporter Handy leaves Houston Chronicle
Ryan Maye Handy, an energy reporter at the Houston Chronicle, has left the newspaper and returned to Colorado.
Handy joined the Chronicle in October 2016.
She covered the regulation of utilities and oil and gas in Texas. She followed the Railroad Commission of Texas, the state’s oil and gas regulator, and the Public Utility Commission, and tracked trends in renewable energy growth across the state.
She came to the Chronicle from Colorado, where she worked as a reporter for nearly six years covering energy and the environment, county government and natural disaster recovery for the Colorado Springs Gazette and Fort Collins Coloradoan.
Handy graduated from Georgetown University with degrees in Russian and comparative literature. She received her master’s degree in journalism from Columbia University.