LOW INCOME ENERGY PROGRAMS
The experts below are driving sustainability and renewable energy progress in cities, communities, local government and states across the USA.
National – Craig Lewis- Clean Coalition
The Clean Coalition works directly with utilities, municipalities, and policymakers to identify and deploy cost-effective local renewable energy. Leveraging our technical, policy, and project development expertise, we seek to accelerate the transition to renewable energy and a modern grid. We conduct renewable energy siting surveys, design procurement and interconnection processes, drive policy innovation, and establish Community Microgrids. Learn more at www.clean-coalition.org
National – Patrick Morand – Duane Morris LLP 202-776-7874 firstname.lastname@example.org
Practice includes energy regulatory law and renewable energy development. He counsels energy clients including investor owned utilities, public power authorities, regional transmission organizations, renewable energy developers and financial institutions in a wide range of energy regulatory matters.
National – Richard Schorske Zero Net Energy Alliance – (415) 310-2407 email@example.com
Optimizing DER and works with cities and large institutions – energy and transportation . Carbon sequestration and land management . Policies in building sector. DNZ at municipal level EV Alliance EV regional plans and blue prints . Largest Low carbon port in Long Beach Vitual power plants and microgrids. He previously worked with Paul.
CA – Rob Hammon PhD BIRAenergy – 209.482.1363 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Leading the residential market to reduce emissions, reverse climate change, and improve business practices by integrating existing and emerging efficiency, renewable and storage technologies into homes and communities
CT – Mark Scully People’s Action for Clean Energy email@example.com 917 843 7214
PACE seeks to transition Connecticut to clean energy through grassroots education and advocacy. Through its 100PercentCT Project, PACE is developing viable plans for individual towns to move to 100% renewable energy. PACE is the largest all volunteer organization in the state engaged with these issues, and its members are active at public events, legislative hearings and environmental forums, both in person and on state and local television and radio. PACE is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.
GA – Bennie Hayden, Founder, Marketingforgreen LLC firstname.lastname@example.org 734.495.0095 GA
We are passionate about people, planet and profits – We do a complex problem solving using advanced tools such as systems analysis tools and are involved in both rural and urban community solar project development
TN – Michael Walton Green Spaces – 423.648.0963 email@example.com
Green|spaces is a 501(c)3 that advances the sustainability of living, working, and building in Chattanooga,TN and the surrounding region. This is done through Empower Chattanooga, an outreach, education, and training program in underserved neighborhoods. The program focuses on resilience and affordability of utilities; green|light, Chattanooga’s Green Business Certification; the NextGen Homes, a demonstration of market-rate net zero energy residential development; as well as other programming including green school summits, networking, consulting, speaking, sustainability professional development, and a store-front public resource center.
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