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Dear Members of Congress, 


Immediate and bold climate action is an economic imperative.

We are falling behind China, which has outspent the U.S. in clean energy investments by hundreds of billions of dollars over the last decade. In doing so it has claimed the mantle of global leader in production, export, and installation of solar panels, wind turbines, batteries, and electric vehicles. As international demand grows exponentially, we can either continue to cede vital market share to our competitors or we can ensure that US workers again lead in the manufacturing and export sectors that will dominate the global economy. 


Beyond the global business dynamic, there are the economic impacts of inaction here at home. In the last year alone, record wildfires in the West, record flooding in the Midwest and record numbers of hurricanes and other named storms in the East resulted in a record 22 disasters that cost our economy $1 billion or more each, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association. These aren’t records we want to continue to break each and every year. Since 1980, climate-related disasters have sucked nearly $2 trillion out of our economy. Our economy cannot afford to wait. 


At the same time, the economic opportunities for the US of climate action are just as clear. Prior to COVID-19, the clean energy sector employed more than 3.3 million Americans, across every state. Renewable energy is now the cheapest source of electricity in many parts of the country. Energy efficiency has lowered monthly electric bills for millions of cash-strapped American households. And electric vehicles last longer and cost less to operate than gas and diesel-burning vehicles. Addressing climate change means more jobs, more savings, more economic growth    .


Congress must act now to mitigate the climate harms and seize the opportunities for our economy. 


As members and supporters of the national, nonpartisan business group E2, we are writing to urge you to set aside partisanship and ideology and prioritize a focus on clean energy jobs and investment to rebuild our economy from the ravages of climate change and COVID-19 and to ensure the US is a leader in the global marketplace in the 21st century. 


E2 is a national, nonpartisan, group of businesspeople from every state who work across every sector of the economy. E2 members have founded or funded more than 2,500 companies, created more than 600,000 jobs, and manage more than $100 billion in venture and private equity capital. As businesspeople, we understand what it takes to create jobs and drive investments, innovation and economic growth. 


It is clear to us that the clean energy industry is the key to a stronger, more resilient economy that will provide tremendous, multifaceted returns on investment for taxpayers. We ask you to consider:

  • The clean energy industry has a robust track record of growth. Before COVID-19, more than 3.3 million Americans worked in clean energy — solar and wind, but also energy efficiency, clean vehicles, grid modernization, batteries and storage. That’s three times more Americans than work in fossil fuels in our country. These are jobs available in every state regardless of geography or geology, and available to Americans of every education level. 
  • Clean energy jobs pay better. According to E2’s recent Clean Jobs, Better Jobs report, the median wage for clean energy workers was about $23.87 last year — about 25 percent higher than the national median wage. Solar and wind jobs pay slightly better than fossil fuel extraction jobs. Clean energy jobs also typically come with better healthcare and retirement benefits than most jobs in America.
  • Federal clean energy support is a good investment. E2’s recent report Build Back Better, Faster found that the investing $99.2 Billion in clean energy stimulus would lead to $330 billion in added economic activity (GDP) over five years, 860,000 jobs for at least five years (4.3 million job years), and benefits that flow to every region and state.

A clean energy recovery will create an employment boom in the United States. And we know that we can do it in ways that ensure these opportunities are available to all Americans, including those in communities of color, in rural America and in fossil-fuel dependent states that have previously been passed by on the road to our country’s clean economy transition.

Given the magnitude of this crisis, the threat of climate change and the scale of the opportunity that a clean economy offers, business leaders are counting on Congress to seize this opportunity with boldness and vision. In the immediate term, we urge you to focus on five key areas: 

1.     Infrastructure - Mandate and fund a national car-charging network, building efficiency improvements and electric grid modernization. Congress needs to support the networks that will allow our economy to excel in the 21st century --- and the hundreds of thousands of jobs that come with them. Just as previous generations understood the value of creating a federal highway system to support interstate commerce, Congress must now fund Grid and Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) networks as the superhighways of tomorrow’s economy. More energy efficient and connected schools, homes, and offices means cost savings for energy users and jobs created in construction, engineering, and innovation.

2.     Tax Policy Extend, expand and improve accessibility of federal tax incentives. At the end of last year Congress took action to stop the phasedown of tax credits for wind and solar. That was critical to ensure an industry pummeled by COVID-19 didn’t suffer further. However, in order to truly grow, we need to increase incentives for renewables as well as for energy efficiency; zero-emission vehicles; energy storage and US manufacturing of clean energy products. We need Congress to ensure these credits can be paid out directly from the Treasury to allow small businesses to access them easily. The job creation, emissions reductions and cost savings that come from these types of federal investments pay dividends for American businesses and taxpayers. 

3.     Innovation Appropriate bold and aggressive federal Investments in clean energy, vehicle and battery storage, energy efficiency, and regenerative and low-carbon agriculture. During the last financial crisis, federal loans and grants for innovation helped nearly 500 companies get started and re-energized thousands more. Tesla (45,000 workers) got its start with a (fully repaid) loan; Ford retooled its Van Dyke plant (to make hybrid and electric vehicle parts) saving 1,200 jobs. Technology innovation soared and consumer energy prices plummeted.   

4.     Financing – Establish and capitalize a national Clean Energy Accelerator. Federal investments will be critical but not sufficient to both recover from COVID-19 and mitigate the economic threat of climate change. With a national Clean Energy Accelerator, Congress can provide upfront capital - leveraged with private capital - to small businesses for clean energy projects. One-time funding from Congress can be paid back and used to finance future projects, setting up an ongoing and fiscally responsible mechanism that leverages private capital to improve the economy and the environment. It will allow small clean energy businesses to find financial products that can meet the unique needs of clean energy projects, facilitate private sector clean energy investment and allow clean energy to reach rural, low income and minority communities with innovative financing tools --- ensuring that the federal investment benefits all Americans while growing the economy.

 5.     Worker Training – Support and fund clean energy worker training programs.  Meeting our climate and economic ambitions will require and create millions of new jobs. E2’s research has found that clean energy employers say one of their toughest problems is finding enough skilled workers.  Congress must invest in a range of clean energy worker training programs to ensure the US has enough trained workers to meet the demand. Congress needs to better fund clean energy training programs at America’s high schools and community colleges. It needs to work with labor to expand apprenticeship programs for electricians, steelworkers, construction laborers and others and provide them a path to better-paying clean energy jobs. And Congress needs to focus such programs in communities that are transitioning from the fossil fuels sector as well as low and moderate-income communities, communities of color and rural communities, where such jobs are needed the most.

The economic challenges we face from COVID-19 and climate change are daunting. But they are not insurmountable. In fact, the right response now could allow us to reap rewards for generations and ensure America is an economic leader in the 21st Century. We urge Congress to seize the moment and take the strong, decisive actions needed to build a cleaner, more resilient, equitable and robust economy. In short, we urge Congress to boldly support clean energy for the future of our economy and our planet.



Matt Abele (North Carolina)
Strategic Partnership Specialist, NC Sustainable Energy Association
Dan Abrams (California)
President/CEO, Wynkoop Properties
Michael Acosta (California)
Project Manager / Inside Sales, Rexel
Adewale Adesanya (Michigan)
Founder/CEO, Havenergy Consulting Inc.
Brian Ahern (Massachusetts)
CTO and Co-Founder, Vibronic Energy Technologies Corp.
Judith Albert (New York)
Chair, Board of Directors, Cornerstone Capital Group
Brian Alexy (California)
Sales Engineer, San Diego Mechanical Energy
Brian Allen (Washington)
Managing Director, Appropriate Technology Group
Erick Allen (Utah)
Account Executive, McKinstry
Salahaldin Alshatshati (Ohio)
Engineer, Mission of Mary
Kyle Amstadter (Colorado)
Partner, Carbonless Energy Partners
Emily Applegate (Colorado)
Meritage Funds, TF Investors
Nora Apter (Oregon)
Climate Program Director, Oregon Environmental Council
Danny Argov (New York)
Global Account Technology Strategist , Microsoft
Christopher Arndt (Colorado)
Founder & President, Cornet Creek Foundation
Ruben Aronin (California)
Senior Vice President, The Better World Group
Sam Arons (California)
Director of Sustainability, Lyft
Gemma Balx (New York)
Director, Better Capital First
Will Barkis (California)
Principal, Smart Cities, Orange SV
Dora Barlaz Hanft (New York)
Jesse Barlow (Colorado)
Project Manager and Producer, Preople Productions Media Services, Inc.
Gautam Barua (California)
Founder, Aclaria Partners Inc.
Mark Bauhaus (California)
Principal & Founder, Bauhaus Productions Consulting
Michael Bean (Ohio)
Facility Manager, Third Federal Savings & Loan
Stephen Beebee (Pennsylvania)
Owner/President, Community Eco Center LLC
Dave Belote (Virginia)
Managing Partner & CEO, DARE Strategies LLC
David Benham (California)
Jeff Bennett (Colorado)
Founder, Big Kid Science
Laura Berland (California)
Vice President, Government Affairs, Blue Planet Systems Corp.
Elliot Berman (New York)
Vice President of Research, Zentox Corporation
Eric Berman (Washington)
President and Co-Chair, E8 Angels
Tony Bernhardt, PhD (California)
Board Member, Resources for the Future
Anthony Bernheim (California)
Principal, Sustainable Design, HDR
Stuart Bernstein (California)
Founding Member, Sustainable Capital LLC
Ralph Bicknese (Missouri)
Hellmuth + Bicknese Architects
Andrew Biddle (Pennsylvania)
Solar Project Manager, Independence Solar
Geoffrey Bishop (California)
GHG Project Manager, California Bioenergy LLC
Nick Blitterswyk (New Jersey)
CEO & Founder, UGE International
Ethan Blumenthal (North Carolina)
CEO, Good Solar
Michael Boches (New Jersey)
CEO, Geoscape Solar
John Bolenbaugh (Michigan)
Owner, Helppa.org and Veteransolarsales.com
David Bowen (California)
Software Engineer, Google
Kerry Bowie (Massachusetts)
Managing Partner, Msaada Partners
Bill Boyk (Oregon)
CEO/Founder, GyroVolts by Ameristar Solar, LLC
Larry Brasfield (Illinois)
Regional Sales Manager, The Lion Electric Co.
Beth Brummitt (California)
President, Brummitt Consulting
Becky Brun (Oregon)
Owner, Pitchfork Communications
Barbara Brenner Buder (California)
VP of Finance & Administration, San Francisco Theological Seminary
Cary Bullock (Massachusetts)
Senior Advisor, RENEW Energy Partners, LLC
Kyle Burkybile (Illinois)
Operations Manager, Franklin Energy
Jim Burness (Colorado)
CEO, National Car Charging
John Buttles (Texas)
President, Texas Wind Tower
Samuel Butzer (West Virginia)
Senior Mechanical Engineer, ZMM, Inc.
Vince Calvano (Colorado)
Attorney & Business Owner, Vincent P. Calvano, LLC.
Douglas Campion (New Mexico)
President, EnergyWorks
Hamilton Candee (California)
Partner, Altshuler Berzon LLP
Stephanie Capell (California)
Human Resoures Professional, Self-employed
Bill Capp (North Carolina)
Founder, Grid Storage Consulting
Tina Carr (New York)
Director of Stakeholder Outreach and Policy, AC Power LLC
Peter Carson (California)
Partner, Sheppard Mullin Hampton & Richter LLP
Zoe Cassady (California)
Consultant, Environmental Resources Management
Andrew Chabot (Massachusetts)
Senior Manager, Amp Energy
Sanjiv Chadha (Illinois)
President, Chadha and Associates
Eric Chan (New York)
President, Ecco Design
Claire Chang (Massachusetts)
Co-Owner, Solar Store of Greenfield
Michael Chase (New York)
Blogger, carbonstories.org
John Cheney (California)
CEO, Silverado Power LLC
Eileen Christensen (Nevada)
Principal, BEC Environmental, Inc.
Chris Clement (North Carolina)
Managing Partner, Deep Impact Capital
Rick Clemenzi (North Carolina)
Senior Engineer, Co-Founder, Geothermal Design Center Inc
David Cohen-Tanugi (Massachusetts)
Cofounder & Chief Data Officer, Embr Labs
Wally Cole (Massachusetts)
CEO, BlueSel Home Solar Inc
Anthony (Tony) Collins
President, Clarkson University
Julia Collins
Founder and CEO, Planet FWD
Leticia Colon de Mejias
Energy Consultant, Energy Efficiency Solutions
Robert Cooper (Massachusetts)
Founder & CEO, Embue
Bulend Corbacioglu (Colorado)
Managing Partner, CaBo Capital
Tom Corlett (Colorado)
Principal, TCAssociates
Gabriela Coverdale (California)
Customer Marketing Manager, Azteca Systems
Doug Coward (Florida)
Executive Director, Solar and Energy Loan Fund of St. Lucie County, Inc.
Meghann Cranford (Colorado)
Associate Project Manager, Scout Clean Energy
Rich Crawford (Colorado)
CEO, Midwest Wind Resources
Peter Crawley (Massachusetts)
Principal , Satoria LLC
Duncan Crowley (California)
Systems Engineer, Birdi, Inc.
Andrew Currie (Colorado)
Impact Investor, Active Minds LLC
Gilonne D'Origny (California)
CEO, Planet A
Kamal Daghistani (Massachusetts)
Associate, Spring Lane Capital
Bonnie Datta (California)
Advisor, Policy & Regulatory Affairs, Veloce Energy
Andrew Deitz (California)
CEO, Verdical
Michael Delapa (California)
DeLapa Consulting
Chris Dennett (Oregon)
Director of Strategy and Integration, The Tofurky Company
Harry Dennis (California)
George Denny (Massachusetts)
Partner, Halpern Denny & Co
Antonio Di Mambro
Architect, Antonio DiMambro + Associates, Inc
Scott Dietzen (California)
Vice Chairman, Pure Storage
Cynthia Dietzmann (Wyoming)
Managing Director, Masttro Holding AG
Daniel Donovan (Connecticut)
NuPower LLC, NuPower llc
Diane Doucette (California)
Co-Founder & Executive Director, Chamber for Innovation and Clean Energy
Mattie Draftz (Illinois)
Symmetri Marketing Group
David Dragoo (Colorado)
President, Mayfly Outdoors
Elizabeth Dreicer (California)
Co-Founder & CEO, KUITY Corp.
Chris Drew (Illinois)
Director of Operations, Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture
Shawn Drost (California)
Board Observer, Galvanize Inc
Tim Dwight (Iowa)
Owner, Integrated Power Corporation
Monique Dyers (Colorado)
President & CEO, Ensight Energy Consulting, LLC
David Eagle (California)
Rebecca Eaton (Oregon)
Managing Member, Eaton Synergies LLC
Ellington Ellis (Michigan)
Managing Partner/Co-Founder, Global Battery Solutions
Bob Epstein (California)
Director / Co-Founder, Sybase, New Resource Bank, Environmental Entrepreneurs
Rob Erlichman (California)
Owner/Founder, Sunlight Electric, LLC
Edilo Escobar (Illinois)
President, Solares Home Improvement
Ariel Fan (California)
Founder & CEO, Green Wealth Energy Solutions
Pamela Fann (Georgia)
Director of Member Services, Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance
Tom Faust (California)
CEO, Soltiles
Boris Feldman (California)
Managing Partner, Base Energy
Jonathan Feldman (California)
Owner, Feldman Architecture, Inc.
Mary Finegan (California)
Board, The Gratitude Fund
Justin Fisch (California)
Associate, Environment & Energy, Morrison & Foerster LLP
Bob Fisher (California)
Chair of Board, Gap, Inc.
Vanessa Flores (Illinois)
Sustainability and Property Operations Manager, ACE Hardware
Virginia Foote (Massachusetts)
Director of Fund Development, CLF
Jon Foster (California)
Chief Financial Officer, Nauto
Suzanne Foster Porter (Colorado)
Principal, Kannah Consulting
Sharon Foxworthy (South Carolina)
Solar Site Analyst, Alder Energy
Richard Frankel (California)
Director, Reach
Corey Friedman (Illinois)
Principal, CF Financial LLC
Gordon Fuller
CoDirector Inclusive Cities Lab, Fullervision World Enabled
Gloria Fultz (Pennsylvania)
Owner, The Energy Gleaner
Lisa Gansky (California)
Non-Executive Director, 11:FS
Rich Garigen (Colorado)
Partner/Sales & Business Development, CPCneutek
Allen Gates
Rob Gemmell (California)
Managing Principal, Addwater Design & Marketing
Jonathan Gensler (Tennessee)
Founder/CEO, Revive Energy
Linda Gerber (Oregon)
Owner, North Logan Farm
Christopher Gersch (Illinois)
CEO, Verde Solutions
Alexander Jock Gilchrist (Colorado)
Policy Research Manager, The Climate Center
Rasmus Gjesdal (Nevada)
Tech Plumbing & Heating, Inc.
Nancy Gail Goebner (California)
Owner, Gardenpeach Place
Mitchell Golden (New York)
Principal, Jun Group
Susan Goldhor (Massachusetts)
Biologist, C.A.R.S.
Ken Goldsholl (California)
CEO, x.o.ware, Inc.
Jesse Goldstein (California)
Geographic Information Systems Analyst, Natural Capital Project, Stanford University
Todd Gossett (Virginia)
VP, Corporate Development, SES Government Solutions
Lynn Greene (Colorado)
Manager, NatureNet Energy, LLC
Marianna Grossman (Oregon)
Founder and Managing Partner, Minerva Ventures
Eric Grunebaum (Massachusetts)
Partner, Bequia Securities
Brian Grunkemeyer (Washington)
Principal Software Engineer, Microsoft
Jon Guice (California)
Partner, AltaTerra
Jody Guokas (North Carolina)
Founder & President, JAG Construction
Gerhard Guth (Minnesota)
Architect/Specifications, HGA
Isaac Hacker (Illinois)
EPC Account Manager, Borrego Solar Systems
Lauren Hafford (Colorado)
Evaluation Coordinator, FARMS: Farmers Advancing Regenerative Management Systems
Gidget Hall (Missouri)
Founder & Chief Copywriter, Waypoint Copywriting
Bob Hambrecht (California)
Partner, Allotrope Partners
Reed Hamilton (California)
Owner, Grass Valley Grains
Doug Hammer (California)
Richard Harkrader (North Carolina)
Founder, Carolina Solar Energy LLC
John Harper (Massachusetts)
Principal, Birch Tree Capital, LLC
RJ Harrington (Colorado)
President & CEO, Sustainable Action Consulting PBC
Timothy Havel (Massachusetts)
CTO, Energy Compression Inc.
Tommy Hayes (California)
Senior Manager, Policy Partnerships, Lyft
Carol Hazenfield (California)
Owner, Persuasive Speaking
Louise Helton (Nevada)
Co-Founder, 1 Sun Solar Electric
Len Hering (California)
Executive Director, I Love A Clean San Diego
Jill Tate Higgins (California)
Investor, Director, gDiapers
Mark Hilton (Tennessee)
Research Assistant, Vanderbilt University
Shiela Hingorani (California)
First Vice President, Morgan Stanley
Jerry Hinkle (California)
Research Coordinator, Citizens Climate Lobby
Rod Hirsch (California)
Director, US Commercial Service, Oakland, Department of Commerce
Angela Hollowell (North Carolina)
Owner & Director of Photography, Ang H. Studio, LLC
Eric Hudson (Massachusetts)
Founder & CEO, Preserve
Suzanne Hunt (New York)
President, Hunt Green LLC
Owen Hurd (Washington)
President, Tuusso Energy
Alexander Hurley (Ohio)
Policy and Data Analyst, Donovan Energy
Meghan Ibach (North Carolina)
Sustainability and Marketing Manager, University of NC - Asheville
Ari Isaak (California)
Founder and CEO, Evari GIS Consulting, Inc.
Steve Jackson (Ohio)
VP of Engineering, ILSCO
Tom Jacobs (Illinois)
Partner, Krueck + Sexton
Brian Janous (Washington)
Utility Architect for Data Center Advanced Development, Microsoft Global Foundation Services
Ed Jaros (Massachusetts)
Research Consultant, Applied Cleantech Research
Corinna Jess (Illinois)
Director, Consulting Services & Trade Missions, GACC Midwest
Lars Johansson (Washington)
Manager, Element E8 Fund
Sara Johnson (North Carolina)
Founder, Focus Mobility
Stefan Johnson (Colorado)
Transportation Program Coordinator, Clean Energy Economy for the Region (CLEER)
Michael Johnson-Chase (New York)
Blogger, Carbonstories.org
Anurag Kamal
Founder, eFish
Ron Kamen (New York)
Founder, EarthKind Energy
Malini Kannan (California)
Program Engineer, Clean Coalition
Nancy Kaplan (New York)
Manager of Workforce Development, Building Performance Institute (BPI)
Lloyd Kass (New Jersey)
VP, Marketing Dev/Regulatory Strategy , Franklin Energy
Rich Kassel (New York)
Principal - Group Leader, Clean Energy & Sustainability, Capalino
Greg Kats (District of Columbia)
President , Capital E
Brian Keane (Virginia)
President, SmartPower
Bob Keefe (California)
E2 Executive Director
Arthur Keller (California)
Managing Partner, Minerva Consulting
Mark Kelly (California)
Associate Principal/Director of Sustainability, BAR Architects
Michael Kemp (Texas)
President, HCS Group, Inc
Rob Kenneally (California)
TV Agent, Creative Artists Agency
Tracy Kessner (Colorado)
Director of Business Operations, Avivid Water Technology
Bijan Khosraviani
Principal, A9 Green / Total Green Energy Solution
Steven Kiralla (California)
Eco Dad, Kids in the House
Virginia Klausmeier (California)
CEO, Sylvatex
Charly Kleissner (California)
Co-Founder & Investor, KL Felicitas Foundation
Joe Koenig (Illinois)
President, Make Ideas Reality Communications
Katharine Kollins (North Carolina)
President, Southeastern Wind Coalition
David Kolsrud (South Dakota)
President, DAK Renewable Energy
Hannah Kornfeld (California)
Air Quality and Climate Change Specialist, Ascent Environmental
Chip Krauskopf (California)
VP Business Development, Aditazz
Pete Krull (North Carolina)
CEO & Director of Investments, Earth Equity Advisors, LLC
Jim Kurtz (Pennsylvania)
President, RER Energy Group
Melinda Lada (North Carolina)
Physician, Alamance Regional Medical Center
Paul Lauenstein (Massachusetts)
Board Member, Sustainable Sharon Coalition
Marcus Lawrence (Wisconsin)
Energy Auditor/QCI Inspector, Racine Kenosha Community Action Agency
Brice Leconte (Virginia)
Founder, iUnit
Nicole Lederer (California)
Chair and Co-Founder, Environmental Entrepreneurs
Ward Lenz (North Carolina)
Executive Director, NC Sustainable Energy Association
Kevin Levy (California)
Associate, Reed Smith LLP
David Lewbin (California)
Consultant, DAL Solutions
Genevieve Liang (California)
Climate Tech Strategist, Independent
Mark Liffmann (Washington)
CEO & Founder, Omnidian, Inc.
J.D. Lindeberg (Michigan)
Principal - Vice President, Resource Recycling Systems Inc.
Michael Lischer
Principal, Sport Concepts
Jonathan Livingston (California)
Founder, The Gaea Prize
Alison Long Poetsch (California)
Principal, SHR Investments
Deepa Lounsbury (California)
Director of Products, Extensible Energy
Teresa Luchsinger (California)
Glenn MacCullough (Virginia)
President, MacCullough Architects, P. C.
Steve MacKay (California)
Principal, Scourie Network Partners
Cameron Madill (Oregon)
CEO, PixelSpoke
Freedom Malik (Iowa)
Renewable Energy Advocate, Clean Air Muscatine
Timon Malloy (New York)
President, Fred F. French Investing LLC
David Mann (Indiana)
President, MPI Solar
Mike Mansuetti (Michigan)
CEO, Bosch USA
Drew Maran (California)
Founder and Vice President, Drew Maran Construction, Inc.
Heather March Takle (Massachusetts)
Principal, 2ndPath Energy
Jim Marshall (Colorado)
Executive Vice President, Raven Ridge Resources
Jeff Mart (California)
Photographer/Filmmaker, Jeff Mart Media
Jim Martin-Schramm (Iowa)
Professor, Luther College DG Projects
James Marvin (Massachusetts)
Regional Manager, North America East & Canada, Expeditors International of Washington Inc.
Susi Marzuola (California)
Principal/Owner, Siegel & Strain Architects
Chad Mason (Wisconsin)
CEO, Advanced Ionics
RJ Mastic (Colorado)
VP of Sales, Ecosystems
Derek Maxwell Carpenter (Colorado)
Lesley McCain (Illinois)
Executive Director, Illinois Solar Energy Association
Tom McCalmont (California)
President, McCalmont Engineering
Rick McDermott (Missouri)
Principal, RDM Architecture
Jennifer McFarlane (California)
Partner, Asterra Partners
Doug McGarrah
Partner, Foley Hoag
Dennis McGinn
Senior Advisor, Customer First Renewables
Henry McLoughlin (New York)
Director, Corporate Development, Capricorn Investment Group
Deanna McPeak (Pennsylvania)
Program Specialist, Green Operations, Noresco
Heather McWhorter (North Carolina)
Director, UNC Wilmington
Matthew Mehalik (Pennsylvania)
Executive Director, Breathe Project
Steve Melink (Ohio)
Founder & CEO, Melink Corporation
Andy Mendelsohn (California)
Executive Vice President, Database Server Technologies, Oracle
KB Mercer (Oregon)
Mike Mercer (Oregon)
Principal, MMercer Consulting
Andy Meserve (Pennsylvania)
Vice President, Tangent Energy Solutions
Jonathan Miller (Illinois)
Commodity Trade Analyst, BP Green Energy
Malcolm Miller (Michigan)
Director of Business Development, Walker Miller Energy Services
Gene Milstein (Colorado)
President, Applewood Seed Co.
Howard Mock (Illinois)
Founder, MPHPM Design
Rob Moir (Massachusetts)
President, Ocean River Institute
Bill Morgan (Delaware)
General Manager, Energy Services Group Inc.
Rebecca Morris (North Carolina)
Director of Marketing, Pisgah Energy
Kevin Morse (Colorado)
Managing Director, Imperial Ridge Real Estate Capital
David Moyar (New York)
President & CEO, MEI Hotels Inc.
Caroline Mueller (Massachusetts)
RFP Response Analyst, Avangrid Renewables
Jody Murphy (Pennsylvania)
Director of Operations & Project Mangement, Smucker's Energy, LLC
Jacob Naeb (Colorado)
Principal, Omkasto Energy
Armand Neukermans (California)
CEO, Adagio
Hilary Nevis (California)
Senior Engineer - Environmental, Wood
Al Nierenberg (Massachusetts)
President, Evergreen Consulting & Training
Kim Nigro (Illinois)
Principal, Studio Nigro Architecture + Design
James Noden (Pennsylvania)
CEO, Bright Eye Solar LLC
Amanda North (California)
Founder and CEO, Plan C Advisors
Carrie Norton (California)
Founder & CEO, Green Business BASE CAMP
John O'Donnell (California)
CEO, Rondo Energy
Standish O'Grady (California)
Director of Board of Directors, Smule, Inc.
Ryan Odell (Colorado)
Senior Analyst, E Source
Doug Ogden (California)
CEO, North Ridge Investment Management
Eddie Oquendo Virella (Connecticut)
Owner, Higgs Energy.LLC
Michael Brian Orr (Washington)
Senior Computer Scientist, Adobe Systems
Annette Osso (Virginia)
Owner, Marion Enterprises
Wendell Ott (Ohio)
Owner, EnergyWize
Peter Papesch (Massachusetts)
Architect, Papesch Associates
Stacey Paradis
Executive Director, Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance
Chris Parker (North Carolina)
Principal, Kingfisher Parker
AJ Patton (Illinois)
CEO & Managing Partner , Solar Chicago Fund & 548 Capital
Lara Pearson (Nevada)
President, Law office of Lara Pearson Ltd, PBC
Anna Perkins (Colorado)
Sr. Project Manager, Scout Clean Energy
Vanessa Perkins (Illinois)
Senior Outreach Consultant, Resource Innovations
Sam Perry (Massachusetts)
President, Ascendance Ventures
Dave Petri (North Carolina)
Owner/Principal, Cynosura Consulting
John Petro (California)
Tracy Phillips (Colorado)
Director, Colorado C-PACE Program, Colorado Energy Office
Ed Pike (California)
Senior Engineer, Energy Solutions
Ray Pilcher (Colorado)
President, Raven Ridge Resources, Incorporated
Milton Pinsky (Illinois)
Chairman, Banner Real Estate Group, LLC
Scott Piper (Illinois)
Owner/Architect, SPM Architects
Andrew Porter (Pennsylvania)
Sustainable Energy Expert, Envinity
Gregory Poulos (Colorado)
CEO, ArcVera Renewables
Christopher Pribe (Washington)
Jason Price (New York)
Vice President, West Monroe Partners
Greg Puschnigg (Pennsylvania)
CEO, Boss Controls
Jordan Ramer (California)
CEO, EV Connect
Amy Rapp (Montana)
Owner/Founder, Climate Resilience Solutions, LLC
David Readerman (California)
Managing Member, Endurance Capital Partners, LLC
Christian Rees (Virginia)
Director of Installations, Defense Threat Reduction Agency
Emily Reichert (Massachusetts)
Chief Executive Officer, Greentown Labs
Frank Rieger (Nevada)
CEO , Sol-Up, Inc.
Brett Robinson (Wisconsin)
Principal, Green Circuit
Jack Robinson (Massachusetts)
Vice Chair and Portfolio Manager, Trillium Asset Management
Liz Robinson (Pennsylvania)
Executive Director, Philadelphia Solar Energy Association
Jamila Rockette (Colorado)
Mark Roest (California)
Marketing & International Development, Sustainable Energy Inc.
David Rosenheim (California)
Partner, Align Coaching
Alexa Rosenstein (Colorado)
Director of Operations, Scraps
David Rosenstein (California)
President, Intex Solutions
Ramon Rosquete (Massachusetts)
Sr. Project Manager, CREADIS
Joan Rossetti (Massachusetts)
Chair, Environmental Affairs Committee of the Prudential Center Residents' Association
JJ Rothgery (California)
Chairman of the Board, Biodico
Tom Roush (New York)
Private Investor and Environmental Activist
Jacqueline Royce (Massachusetts)
Independent Scholar
Michael Rucker (Colorado)
CEO, Scout Clean Energy
Peter Rumsey (California)
Founder and CEO, Point Energy Innovations
Jenny Russell (Massachusetts)
Executive Director, Merck Family Fund
Meg Ruxton (California)
Principal, MNR Consultants
Paul Salinger (California)
VP, Marketing, Oracle
Mel Samaroo (Illinois)
Civil Engineer, Borrego Solar Systems, Inc.
Frank Sandoval (Colorado)
Principal, Pajarito Technologies
Kelly Sarber (California)
CEO, Strategic Management Group
Tedd Saunders (Massachusetts)
CSO, The Saunders Hotel Group
Benjamin Saydah (Illinois)
Head Analytics, BP
Auden Schendler
Director of Environmental Affairs, Aspen Skiing Company
Ilana Schoenfeld (Massachusetts)
Co-Founder, Hoot Owl Media
Stu Schuster (California)
Novus Ventures
David Schwartz (California)
Director, Cleantech Research, PARC, a Xerox Company
Tom Sciacca (Massachusetts)
Co-founder, Intelligen Energy Systems
Ken Scott (Illinois)
Account Executive, Brook Electrical Supply
Paul Scott (California)
Vice President, Advanced Technologies, Transportation Power Inc
Brad Seaman (Colorado)
Director of Project Finance, Scout Clean Energy
Paul Seidler (Illinois)
Managing Director, Clean Energy Trust
Lt Gen (ret) Noman Seip (Virginia)
Owner, NS Solutions, LLC
Ashley Selman (California)
Owner & President, Evolution Trainers
Tim Sexton (California)
Principal, Make Good Group
Peter Shanley (New York)
Co-Founder, CoverUs
Michael Shapiro (Colorado)
Origination Associate, Scout Clean Energy
Laura Shenkar (California)
CEO, Lifestock, Inc.
Ermias Shiferaw (Virginia)
Building Analyst, EzGreen Home
Scott Sidlow (Pennsylvania)
Plan Review Coordinator, TopBuild Home Services
David Sillman (Florida)
CEO, Solar Cowboy Productions
Lena Simmons (North Carolina)
President , Visions Ministry
Sarah Simon (Massachusetts)
Partner, Apple Creek Associates
Barbara Simons (California)
Research Staff Member, Retired, IBM Research
Divya Singh (California)
Senior Associate, MMA Energy Capital
Randy Skeie (Iowa)
Owner, EcoWise Power
Jon Slangerup (California)
Industrial Advisor, EQT Group
Parker Sloan (North Carolina)
Zoning Manager, Cypress Creek Renewables
Jackie Slocombe (Colorado)
Sustainability Manager, Auraria Sustainable Campus Program
Debra Smit (Pennsylvania)
Comm Manager, Breathe Project
Eric Smith (Colorado)
CEO, Keystone Tower Systems
Greg Smith (Ohio)
President, GSS Consulting, LLC
Matt Smith (California)
Associate, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
David Soares (New York)
President & CEO, Lexden Capital
Vivek Soni (Massachusetts)
Managing Partner, Boston Cleantech Partners
Roger Sorkin (Massachusetts)
Executive Director, American Resilience Project
Robert Sotolongo (North Carolina)
President, DTW Architects
Joe Spease (Missouri)
CEO, WindSoHy
Bill Spohn (Pennsylvania)
President & Owner, TruTech Tools, LTD
Kristen Steck (California)
Environmental Strategy Advisor, Formerly with Chevron
Adam Stenftenagel (Colorado)
CEO and Founder, Radiant Labs
Mark Stenftenagel (Illinois)
CEO and Principal, Whitney Inc.
Michael Stewart (Nevada)
Northern Nevada Renewable Resources
Rick Stockburger (Ohio)
CEO, Bright Energy Innovators
Susan Stokes Hill (Kentucky)
Principal Emeritis , Tate Hill Jacobs Architects
Eric Stoutenburg (Colorado)
Chief Development Officer, Able Grid Energy
Alice Sung (California)
Principal, Greenbank Associates
Sally Supplee (California)
Former Chief Financial Officer
Karen Sweeney (Iowa)
Energy Analyst, The Energy Group
Mark Tajima (Massachusetts)
Chief Operating Officer, Energia LLC
Randy Talley (North Carolina)
CEO, Green Sage Café
Doug Tanaka (Illinois)
Project Controls Manager, RWE Renewables Americas, LLC
Heather Tausig
Associate VP of Conservation, New England Aquarium
Ryan Taylor (Massachusetts)
Senior Consultant, Guidehouse
Sven Thesen (California)
Founder & CEO, BeniSol Solar, ProjectGreenHome.org
Todd Thorner (District of Columbia)
CEO, JTN Energy
Robert Thronson (California)
VP Marketing & Business Development, Vigilent
Donn Tice (California)
CEO, Greenline Industries
Laura Tillett (North Carolina)
Lead Business Developer, Holocene
Derrick Tillman (Pennsylvania)
Bridging the Gap Development, LLC
Matthew Tinnon (Michigan)
Investment Director, Bollinger Motors
Matthew Totaro (Nevada)
Brendan Tougher (California)
Manager of Special Projects, Anthropocene Institute
John Tourtelotte (Massachusetts)
Managing Director, Rivermoor Energy
Todd Towles (Colorado)
CEO, Rep of the Rockies
Elisa Townshend (Colorado)
Registered Nurse,
Tanya Travis (Colorado)
OTR, Welbrook
Igor Tregub (California)
Engineer, U.S. Department of Energy
Doug Trimbach (North Carolina)
Vice President and Director, Lighting Services, Energy Optimizers, USA
Jeanne Trombly (California)
Founder, Fiber Futures
Terry Trumbull (California)
Trumbull Law Firm-Chairman, CA Waste Management Board, 1979-84
Mitch Tyson (Massachusetts)
Principal, Tyson Associates
Roger Ullman (Washington)
Founder, Hayata Enterprises, LLC
Bill Unger (California)
Board Member & DAdvisor, Not for Profits and For Profit Tech Companies
Troy Van Beek (Iowa)
CEO, Ideal Energy Inc
Thomas Van Dyck (California)
Managing Director - Financial Advisor , RBC Wealth Management
James Van Nostrand (Maryland)
Of Counsel, Keyes & Fox LLP
Mark Vander Ploeg (California)
Senior Managing Director - Retired, Evercore Partners
Marie Venner (Colorado)
President, Venner Consulting
Van Vincent (Illinois)
CEO & Founder, VLV Development
Dan Von Seggern (Washington)
Staff Attorney, The Center for Environmental Law & Policy
Charlotte Walker (Connecticut)
President & Founder, TSF Management, Inc.
Jim Walker (Maine)
Founder & Principal, CleanTech Adoption, Inc.
Tracy Walklet (California)
Terra-Vista, Inc.
Madelon Wallace (North Carolina)
Realtor Land Institution
Robert Wallace
Founder and CEO, Bith Energy
Laura Wasko (Virginia)
Sales, Main Street Solar
David Watson (California)
Director & Investor, Ultra Captial
Heather Webster (California)
Realtor, COMPASS
Michael Weinnig (Texas)
Principal, Solar Growth Soutions
Casey Weiss (California)
Value Chain Specialist, Sweetgreen
Jeffrey Weiss (Rhode Island)
Member, Clean Energy Venture Group
Dave Welch (California)
President, Infinera Corporation
Michael Wenzel (Illinois)
President, Advanced Energy Services
Haskell Werlin (Massachusetts)
Solar Project Developer, Solar Design Associates
Dennis White (Iowa)
Owner /Certified Residential Designer, Dennis White Designs
Joshua White
Operations Supervisor, CLEAResult
Deniz Whittier (Illinois)
Program Specialist, CLEAResult
Clint Wilder (California)
Senior Editor, Clean Edge
Ellen Williams
Former Director, ARPA-E
Tony Williams (Colorado)
Engineering Director , USG
Alexa Willson (New York)
Partner, Cloudstone Venture Capital
Alexa Willson (New York)
Partner, Cloudstone Venture Capital
Dave Wilms (Illinois)
Owner, Advanced Renewables LLC
Andrea Wittchen (Pennsylvania)
Principal, iSpring
Erik Wohlgemuth (Oregon)
COO, Future 500
Daniel Yost (California)
Partner, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP
Dana R Younger (District of Columbia)
Senior Advisor, Finance, Global Wind Energy Council
Mark Yuschak (New Jersey)
Adjunct Instructor, Kean University
Rob Zaldivar (Illinois)
Vice President, 93energy
Simon Zhang (Washington)
CEO, Northwest Innovation Works
Donald Zimmerman (South Carolina)
President / CEO, Alder Energy Systems, LLC
Ness Zolan (Oregon)
MBA Candidate, Lundquist College of Business
Paul Zorner (California)
Chief Agronomist, Locus Solutions
Mitch Zuklie (California)
Partner, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP
Laura Zukosky (Colorado)
Attorney & Owner, Yogi Enterprises
Lauren Zullo (New York)
Director of Environmental Impact, Jonathan Rose Companies

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