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May 30, 2017

Dear President Trump,

Over the last month, American businesses large and small have reiterated their strong support for the United States to stay in the Paris Climate Agreement for the simple fact that it is the economically prudent thing to do.
In one letter after another, through CEO phone calls to members of your Administration, front page ads in national news outlets, digital ad campaigns, and in so many other ways, American businesses have urged you to make the right decision for our country’s future and remain in the Paris Climate Agreement.
As business leaders, investors and professionals from every sector of the economy who live or do business in nearly every state, we vociferously join that call and urge the United States to stay a party of this crucial agreement.
E2 is a national, nonpartisan group of business leaders who advocate for smart policies that are good for the economy and good for the environment. Our 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.
More than 3 million Americans today earn a living in the clean energy sector. These are high-paying jobs that cannot be outsourced and are set to grow in number by leaps and bounds over the course of the next decade assuming we leave in place policies which drive investments in clean energy industries. During your campaign, you pledged to focus on creating construction and manufacturing jobs. If that is still the case, then remaining in this Agreement, which can create hundreds of thousands of jobs largely in construction and manufacturing by 2020 is the most sensible option. By committing countries to combating climate change, the Paris deal is driving demand for innovative technologies that generate energy without emitting greenhouse gases. That is why U.S. companies are emphatic that it makes no sense to jeopardize access to these growing markets.
Studies show that delivering on the Paris Climate Agreement would unlock at least $19 trillion in economic growth globally. This economic activity could fuel an additional $26 billion in GDP growth in the United States alone by 2020, with far greater opportunities for U.S. businesses to invest in emerging markets overseas.
Withdrawing from the Paris agreement could take those opportunities away from American companies. It also would cede global leadership and market share to China, Germany, and other forward-looking countries that are doubling down on clean energy research and development, perhaps permanently. China is investing at least $360 billion on renewable energy over the next three years. China also more than doubled its solar capacity in 2016 and is now the world’s biggest producer of solar energy. On some days, Germany generates nearly 100 percent of its power from renewable energy.
Pulling out of the Paris Agreement could also prompt Europe and other international competitors to slap retaliatory carbon tariffs on U.S. goods. This would be a major blow to American companies that do business overseas. It would exacerbate trade imbalances and undercut America’s negotiating position on trade deals.
Like you, other world leaders are hearing from businesses in support of the Paris Agreement on the eve of next week’s G-7 conference in Italy. Long-term institutional investors representing more than $15 trillion in assets have written to the G-7 heads of state, urging governments to stand by their commitments to drive action on the Paris agreement at the summit.
These investors understand that clean energy is huge economic opportunity we cannot afford to miss. The international clean energy market is worth an astounding $1.4 trillion a year – more than the airline industry and as much as the apparel sector. America’s share is $200 billion annually and will grow as long as the U.S. remains in the Paris Climate Agreement and sends clear signals that it embraces a clean energy future.
In other words, the Paris Climate Agreement is good for business and America. It is a chance to ensure America leads in thriving new energy, agricultural, transportation, technology and other sectors instead of falling behind our competitors. As you have done in the past, we urge you to listen to business leaders and keep the United States in the Paris Climate Agreement.

Nancy Abercrombie (California)
Senior Consultant, M2 Consulting Inc.
Dan Abrams (California)
President/CEO, Wynkoop Properties
Clifford Adams (New York)
Managing Director, Coady Diemar Partners
Fannie Allen (California)
Owner, MFA Designs
Farhad Aminpour (Massachusetts)
Principal, Clean Energy Analytics
Sig Anderman (California)
CEO, Ellie Mae
Emily Applegate (Colorado)
Senior Manager, Business Funding & Incentives, Business Investments, OEDIT
Claude Arpels (New York)
Co-chair, Slow Money NYC
Ate Atema
Managing Principal, Atema Architecture
Jay Baldwin (California)
Partner, Wind River Capital Partners, LLC
Constance Barbour (Massachusetts)
Dora Barlaz Hanft (New York)
Frederick Baron (California)
Partner, Cooley LLP
Kathy Baron (California)
Kathy Barry (California)
Private Healthcare Pracitioner
Caroline Bauhaus (California)
Education Consultant, Equity & Access
Mark Bauhaus (California)
Partner, Just Business
Patricia Bauman (District of Columbia)
President, Bauman Foundation
Jeff Bennett (Colorado)
Founder, Big Kid Science
Lisa Bennett (Colorado)
Chris Bentley (Colorado)
Business Development, Independent Power Systems
Eric Berman (Washington)
President and Co-Chair, E8 Angels
Luann Berman (Washington)
Tony Bernhardt, PhD (California)
Northern California Director, Environmental Entrepreneurs
Aron Bernstein (Massachusetts)
Professor of Physics, MIT
Marcella Bernstein (California)
Stuart Bernstein (California)
Founding Member, Sustainable Capital LLC
Larry Birenbaum (California)
Former SVP, Cisco Systems
Maureen Blanc (California)
Barbara Blumenthal (New Jersey)
President, Blumenthal Consulting LLC
Robert Bollinger (Michigan)
CEO/Designer, Bollinger Motors
Melissa Booth (North Carolina)
Rebecca Boudreaux (California)
President, Oberon Fuels
David Bowen (California)
Eric Bowen (California)
Vice President, Corporate Business Development & Legal Affairs, Renewable Energy Group
Bill Boyk (Oregon)
CEO/Founder, GyroVolts by Ameristar Solar, LLC
Diane Boyk (Oregon)
George Brandt (California)
Stan Breakell (Virginia)
Principal, Breakell Energy Management Consulting
Beth Brummitt (California)
President, Brummitt Energy Associates, Inc.
John Bryant (District of Columbia)
Lindsay Buchanan (Ohio)
President, Lindsay Ward Buchanan Architect, Ltd.
Barbara Brenner Buder (California)
Bob Burnett (California)
Retired, Cisco Systems
Selcuk Cakir (Massachusetts)
Managing Partner, Ethos Capital
Dianne Callan (Massachusetts)
Independent Legal Consulting, Green Tech Legal
Hamilton Candee (California)
Partner, Altshuler Berzon LLP
Gay Canough (New York)
President, ETM Solar Works
Bill Capp (Florida)
Founder, Grid Storage Consulting
Jacqueline Capp, DDS (Florida)
Owner, JHC Studio
Peter Carson (California)
Partner, Sheppard Mullin Hampton & Richter LLP
Priscilla Carson (California)
Pete Cartwright (California)
CEO, Avalon Ecopower
Bruce Catania (New York)
Portfolio Manager and COO, LyonRoss Capital Management LLC
Geoff Chapin (Massachusetts)
Partner, Phoenix Revolution Inc.
Stephen Cheney (District of Columbia)
CEO, American Security Project
Stacie Cheng (California)
Director of Business Strategy and Operations, Dell
Roger Choplin (California)
Proprietor / Owner, Our Earth Music, Inc.
John Cleveland (New Hampshire)
Executive Director, Green Ribbon Commission
George Cogan (California)
Partner, Bain & Company, Inc.
Tom Cole (California)
Venture Partner, TransLink Capital
Brooke Coleman (Washington)
Assistant Professor, Seattle University Law School
Bryan Conklin (Colorado)
CEO, Resurgent Energy
Cory Connolly (Michigan)
Chief Operating Officer, Levin Energy Partners
Brent Constantz, PhD (California)
CEO, Blue Planet
Abe Costanza (New York)
Phil Coupe (Maine)
Co-Founder, ReVision Energy
D. Rafael Coven (Pennsylvania)
SVP Bus Dev, PaceControls
Catherine Crystal Foster (California)
Mark Cunningham (California)
Andrew Currie (Colorado)
Investor, Active Minds LLC
Linda Curtis (New York)
John Cusack (New York)
Financial Services Risk Management, Maplecroft Limited
Mary Ann Cusenza (California)
Independent Consultant for high tech and cleantech companies
Joseph Dalum (Wisconsin)
Paul Danielsen (California)
VP Business Development, MMA Renewable Ventures
Jayne Davis (California)
Peter Davis (California)
Retired Attorney
Wayne Davis (Massachusetts)
Rick DeGolia (California)
Executive Chairman, Cimbal, Inc
Michael Delapa (California)
DeLapa Consulting
Chris Dennett (Oregon)
Director of Strategy and Integration, The Tofurky Company
Heather Dennett (Oregon)
Kaiser Permanente
John DiModica (Massachusetts)
Director, PACE
Dino Dobbins (California)
Sales Engineer, North American Repower
Michael Dorwart (Missouri)
Regional Manager, Joule Energy
Elizabeth Dreicer (California)
Co-Founder & CEO, KUITY Corp.
Ted Driscoll (California)
Partner, Digital Healthcare Lead, Claremont Creek Ventures
Patricia Durham (California)
Tim Dwight (Iowa)
Business Development, Integrated Power Corporation
Robert Earley (New York)
Principal, Armor Capital
Scott Elliott (Washington)
CEO, MountainLogic
James Ellis (Massachusetts)
Manager, Mere Point LLC
Bethany Elmaleh (New York)
Niko Elmaleh (New York)
Vice President, World-Wide Holdings Corp.
Scott Englander
President, Longwood Energy Group LLC
Bob Epstein (California)
Co-Founder, Sybase, New Resource Bank, Environmental Entrepreneurs
Christina Erickson (Massachusetts)
Managing Director, WONDROS
Rob Erlichman (California)
Founder & President, Sunlight Electric, LLC
Lynn Feintech (California)
Anne Feldhusen (California)
Consultant, Green Business Technology Marketing
John Finger (California)
Hog Island Oyster Company
Bob Fisher (California)
Chair, Gap, Inc.
Randi Fisher (California)
Kacey Fitzpatrick (California)
President, Avalon Enterprises Inc
Kevin Fitzwilliam (Louisiana)
Regional Account Manager, Joule Energy
Josh Foor (Ohio)
Development Engineer | Partner, Entriq Solutions
Jon Foster (California)
Chief Financial Officer, Zoox
Karen Francis (California)
CEO, Academix Direct, Inc
Nikola Freeman (Connecticut)
Todd Freeman (Connecticut)
SVP & Manager, Sales & Marketing
Jon Friedland (New York)
Lisa Gansky (California)
Entrepreneur & Speaker, Digital Tapas
Bonnie Gemmell (California)
CEO, Spicer Bags
Rob Gemmell (California)
Addwater Marketing, Addwater Marketing
Jonathan Gensler (Tennessee)
Founder/CEO, Revive Energy
Jeremy Giddings (California)
Phil Giudice
CEO, Ambri
Nancy Gail Goebner (California)
Owner, Gardenpeach Place
Jeevan Goff (New York)
President, Lotus Energy
Susan Goldhor (Massachusetts)
Biologist, C.A.R.S.
Ken Goldsholl (California)
CEO, x.o.ware, Inc.
Nancy Goldsholl (California)
Wes Goldstein (California)
Senior Partner, Hobbs & Towne, Inc.
Lorena Gonda Kiralla (California)
Matthew Greenberg
Vice President , Rubicon Project
Andrea Gressinger (California)
Gressinger Group
Marianna Grossman (California)
Founder and Managing Partner, Minerva Ventures
Garrett Gruener (California)
Co-Founder and Director, Alta Partners
Doug Hammer (California)
John Harper (Massachusetts)
Principal, Birch Tree Capital, LLC
RJ Harrington (Colorado)
President, Sustainable Action Consulting, PBC
Mike Hart (California)
CEO, Sierra Energy
Berl Hartman (Massachusetts)
E2 New England Chapter Director, Hartman Consulting
Hyman Hartman (Massachusetts)
Research Scientist, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Marla Harvey (Oregon)
Laura Hattendorf (California)
Head of Investments, Mulago Foundation
Paula Hawthorn, PhD (California)
Nick Hayes (Wisconsin)
Tommy Hayes (California)
Senior Manager, Policy Partnerships, Lyft
Sheryl Heckmann (California)
Gail Herson (California)
Herson-Stirman Family Fdn.
James Higgins (California)
Partner, Lakeside Enterprises
Jill Tate Higgins (California)
General Partner, Lakeside Enterprises
Hal Hinkle (California)
Senior Manager & Acting CEO, BamCore
Dylan Hixon (New York)
President, Arden Road Investments
Greg Hopkins (Colorado)
Associate, Rocky Mountain Institute
John Hopkins (District of Columbia)
Vice President - Energy & Infrastructure, Astris Finance LLC
Patricia Hovey (New York)
President/CEO, North Fork Renewables Group
Robin Hruska (Washington)
Ari Isaak (California)
Founder and CEO, Evari GIS Consulting, Inc.
Nancy Israel (Massachusetts)
Principal, Law Office of Nancy D. Israel
Wendy James (California)
President, Better World Group
Jason Jay
Director, MIT Sloan Initiative for Sustainable Business and Society
Celia Johnson (Illinois)
Senior Policy Analyst, Future Energy Enterprises
Charlene Kabcenell (California)
Former Vice President, Oracle Corporation
Derry Kabcenell (California)
Former Executive Vice President, Oracle Corporation
Suparna Kadam (New Jersey)
Director of Business Development, EnterSolar
Conrad Kalkhurst (California)
Vice President, AG Cap Partners
Jerome Kalur (Montana)
Attorney at Law
Ron Kamen (New York)
Founder, EarthKind Energy
Christopher Kaneb (Massachusetts)
Principal, Catamount Management Corporation
Archie Kasnet (Massachusetts)
Founder & President, Regenerate, LLC
Andy Kau (California)
Holly Kaufman (California)
CEO, Environment & Enterprise Strategies
Arthur Keller (California)
Managing Partner, Minerva Consulting
Eric Kentor (California)
Will Kenworthy (Illinois)
Gavriella Keyles (California)
Manager, Stakeholder Engagement, Future 500
Steven Kiralla (California)
Judy Klein (California)
Charly Kleissner (California)
Co-Founder & Investor, KL Felicitas Foundation
Lisa Kleissner (California)
Co-Founder, KL Felicitas Foundation
Ted Kniesche (California)
Stephen Koch (California)
Principal, Resource Real Estate Group, Inc.
Chip Krauskopf (California)
VP Business Development, Aditazz
Pete Krull (North Carolina)
CEO & Director of Investments, Earth Equity Advisors, LLC
DC Kuhns (Delaware)
CEO, Executive Director, Founder, EDEN Delmarva
Nime La Fauci
Susan Labandibar (Massachusetts)
President, Tech Networks of Boston
Russell Landon (Massachusetts)
Founder & Managing Director, North River Capital Advisors
Sue Learned-Driscoll (California)
Administrator, Stanford University
Nicole Lederer (California)
Chair and Co-Founder, Environmental Entrepreneurs
Florence W. Liddell (New York)
Mark Liffmann (Washington)
Vice President of Sales, Marketing and Business Development, Clean Power Research
Pamela Lippe (New York)
President, Earth Day New York
Jonathan Livingston (California)
Founder & President, Livingston Energy Innovations, LLC
Patricia Lloyd (Illinois)
Sustainability Manager, Leopardo Companies, Inc.
Deepa Lounsbury (California)
Director of Products, Extensible Energy
Tracy Lyons (California)
Steve MacKay (California)
Principal, Scourie Network Partners
Theron Makley (Colorado)
Marketing Director, Panasonic
Lori Malloy (New York)
Special Counsel, Fred F. French Investing LLC
Timon Malloy (New York)
President, Fred F. French Investing LLC
Drew Maran (California)
Drew Maran Construction, Inc., Drew Maran Construction, Inc.
Ryan Martens (Colorado)
Founder, Rally Software Development
Wynn Martens (Colorado)
Outreach, University of Colorado
RJ Mastic (Colorado)
Founder and CEO, Ecosystems
Tom McCalmont (California)
President, McCalmont Engineering
Nancy McCarter-Zorner (California)
Plant Pathologist
Joe and Pamela McDonald (Colorado)
c/o The Community Foundation Serving Boulder County
John McGarry (Washington)
Harvey Michaels (Massachusetts)
Lisa Mihaly (California)
Gary Mikula (Massachusetts)
Principal, Birch Hill Investment Advisors
David Miller (Massachusetts)
Executive Managing Director, Clean Energy Venture Group
Karen Miller (Massachusetts)
President, Belly Shmooze
Sari Miller
President, Sarjay, Inc.
Robin Mills (California)
Brenden Millstein (California)
CEO, Carbon Lighthouse
Kate Mitchell (California)
Co-Founder and Partner, Scale Venture Partners
Wes Mitchell (California)
Board Member, Foto Forum, SFMOMA
Jeremy Mohr (Oregon)
Professional, Sustainability & Energy
Anita Molino (Massachusetts)
Chair, National Council for Public-Private Partnerships
Carol Moné (California)
Producer, Our Earth Productions
John Montgomery (California)
President, Lex Ultima
Bill Mook (Maine)
Maine Oyster Farmer
Kevin Morse (Colorado)
Vice President, Lever Energy Finance
Ning Mosberger-Tang (Colorado)
President, Innovo Foundation
David Moyar (New York)
President & CEO, MEI Hotels Inc.
Emilie Munger Ogden (California)
Eleanor Musick (California)
Partner, GBC Law; San Diego Coastkeeper Board
Carl Nettleton (California)
President, Nettleton Strategies LLC
Armand Neukermans (California)
Founder, Xros
Eliane Neukermans (California)
Al Nierenberg (Massachusetts)
President, Evergreen Consulting & Training
Tori Nourafchan (California)
Graham Noyes (California)
Managing Attorney, Noyes Law Corporation
Kathy Nyrop (California)
Anne O'Grady (California)
Standish O'Grady (California)
Managing Director, Granite Ventures, LLC
David O'Leary (Maryland)
Angel Investor, Investor's Circle
Doug Ogden (California)
CEO, North Ridge Investment Management
Larry Orr (California)
General Partner, Trinity Ventures
Michael Brian Orr (Washington)
Senior Computer Scientist, Adobe Systems
Natalie Orr
Jessica Oster (Iowa)
William Page
Senior Vice President, Portfolio Manager , Essex Investment Management, LLC
Ga-Young Park (Illinois)
Director, Cyclone Energy Group
Neela Patel (California)
Executive Director of Business Engagement, Seattle Genetics
Jim Patton (California)
Senior Director - Global Trade Compliance, Apple
Tammy Patton (California)
Ron Pernick (Oregon)
Co-Founder and Managing Director, Clean Edge
Sam Perry (Massachusetts)
President, Ascendance Ventures
Bob Place (Massachusetts)
President, Genesis Power
Christopher Pribe (California)
Jean Ann Ramey (Massachusetts)
Megan Rast (Colorado)
Corporate Sustainability Professional
David Readerman (California)
Managing Member, Endurance Capital Partners, LLC
Christian Rees (Oregon)
Director of Installations, Oregon National Guard
Jennifer Regan (California)
Principal and Chief Sustainability Officer, We Bring It On Inc
Emily Reichert (Massachusetts)
CEO & Executive Director, Greentown Labs
Erin Reiling (California)
Kinkead Reiling (California)
Bonneville Labs, Bonneville Labs
Adam Rein
Managing Director, Mission Point Partners
John Robbins (North Carolina)
President, Greathorn Properties, Inc.
Richard Robertson (Colorado)
COO, Strategic Environmental & Energy Resources, Inc
Jack Robinson (Massachusetts)
Vice Chair and Portfolio Manager, Trillium Asset Management
Liz Robinson (Pennsylvania)
Sarah Robinson (Massachusetts)
Founding Partner, WeSpire
Diana Rose (New York)
Garrison Institute
Jonathan Rose (New York)
President, Jonathan Rose Companies
David Rosenstein (California)
President, Intex Solutions
Joan Rossetti (Massachusetts)
Chair, Environmental Affairs Committee of the Prudential Center Residents' Association
Amy Roth (California)
Marcie Rothman (California)
Jacqueline Royce (Massachusetts)
Independent Scholar
Karen Rucker (Colorado)
President, ByHandConsulting
Michael Rucker (Colorado)
CEO, Scout Clean Energy
Bill Ryall (New York)
Partner, Ryall Sheridan Architects
Paul Salinger (California)
VP, Marketing, Oracle
Joseph Sanchez (Virginia)
Partner, COO, SolarFour
Frank Sandoval (Colorado)
Principal, Pajarito Technologies
John Santoleri (New York)
Partner, StoneWork Capital
Todd Saunders
Co-Owner, The Lenox Hotel
Bill Schnoor (Massachusetts)
Partner, Goodwin Procter LLP
David Schwartz (California)
James Schwartz (Connecticut)
Vice President, Independence Solar
Lauren Scott (California)
Paul B. Scott (California)
Vice President, Advanced Technologies, Transportation Power Inc
Lt Gen (ret) Noman Seip (Virginia)
Owner, NS Solutions, LLC
Joel Serface (Colorado)
Managing Director, Catalyze
Patricia Sharkey (Illinois)
Policy Director, Midwest Cogeneration Association
Rebecca Shaw (California)
World Wildlife Fund
Laura Shenkar (California)
Principal, Artemis Water Strategy
Dan Sherman (California)
Amy Silber (Massachusetts)
Consultant, Clean Energy Venture Fund
Barbara Simons (California)
Research Staff Member, Retired, IBM Research
Ian Skor (Colorado)
Co-Founder, Sandbox Solar
Jon Slangerup (California)
Chairman and CEO, American Global Logistics
Amy Slater (California)
Vice President of Sales, Palo Alto Networks
Alexander Smith (California)
Client Advisor, J.P. Morgan Private Bank
Greg Smith (Ohio)
President, Energy Optimizers
Dan Smolen (Virginia)
Managing Director, The Green Suits, LLC
Vivek Soni (Massachusetts)
Managing Partner, Boston Cleantech Partners
Joe Spease (Missouri)
CEO, WindSoHy
Kristen Steck (California)
Environmental Strategy Advisor, Chevron
Emma Stewart (California)
Head of Sustainability Solutions, Autodesk
Jon Stone (California)
Managing Director, JR Stone & Co
Eric Strid (Washington)
Co-Founder and Retired CEO, Cascade Microtech
Ed Supplee (California)
Former CFO, UTStarcom
Sally Supplee (California)
Former Chief Financial Officer
Robin Swartout (California)
Noah Swartz (New York)
Investment Analyst, Gratitude Railroad
Karen Sweeney (Iowa)
Energy Analyst, The Energy Group
Mark Sylvia (Massachusetts)
Managing Director, BlueWave
Thomas Tatley
Owner and CEO, Green Power Solutions Inc
Russ Teall (California)
President and Founder, Biodico
Trey Teall (California)
VP Operations, Biodico
Peter Testa (Illinois)
President, Testa Produce
Sven Thesen (California)
Communication & Technology, Better Place
Andrew Thomaides (Colorado)
Greg Thomson (California)
Vice President, Program Development, PATHION
Todd Thorner (District of Columbia)
Laney Thornton (California)
The Laney and Pasha Thornton Foundation
Pasha Thornton (California)
Cariad Thronson (California)
CEO, Forefront Marketing & Communications
Robert Thronson (California)
VP Marketing & Business Development, Vigilent
John Tourtelotte (Massachusetts)
Managing Director, Rivermoor Energy
Doug Trimbach (North Carolina)
Vice President and Director, Lighting Services, Energy Optimizers, USA
Pierre Trolin (Colorado)
Partner, BELT Natural Resources Development
Zach Tucker (Missouri)
Founder, Good Meets World
Mitch Tyson (Massachusetts)
Principal, Tyson Associates
Mike Ubell (California)
Bill Unger (California)
Partner Emeritus, Mayfield Fund
Amy Van Beek (Iowa)
Co-Founder, Designer, Ideal Energy, Inc.
Troy Van Beek (Iowa)
President, Renewable Energy Expert, Ideal Energy, Inc.
Thomas Van Dyck (California)
Senior Vice President, RBC Wealth Management
Lorna Vander Ploeg (California)
Mark Vander Ploeg (California)
Retired, Investment Banker
Mark Vasu (Massachusetts)
Executive VP, Greentown Labs
Walt Vernon (California)
Principal, Mazzetti Nash Lipsey Burch
Charlotte Walker (Connecticut)
President & Founder, TSF Management, Inc.
Kirby Walker (California)
Independent film/video producer
Alex Wall (Oregon)
Privacy Counsel, Marketo, Inc.
Mark Walters (Pennsylvania)
Solutions Engineer, Evolved Simian Technologies
Laura Wasko (Virginia)
Better Building Works
David Watson (California)
Director & Investor, Ultra Captial
Samuel Weaver (Colorado)
President/CEO, Cool Energy, Inc.
Dave Weich (Oregon)
President, Sheepscot Creative
Bill Weihl (California)
Principal, Weihl Consulting
Jeffrey Weiss (Rhode Island)
Member, Clean Energy Venture Group
Dave Welch (California)
President, Infinera Corporation
Heidi Welch (California)
Haskell Werlin (Massachusetts)
Solar Project Developer, Solar Design Associates
Clint Wilder (California)
Contributing Editor, Clean Edge
Ellen Williams
Former Director, ARPA-E
Tony Williams (Colorado)
Engineering PM, USPS
Alexa Willson (New York)
Managing Director, Private Client Advisor, U.S.Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management
David Willson (New York)
President, Stanbridge Capital
Tonia Wisman (California)
Andrea Wittchen (Pennsylvania)
Principal, iSpring
Christopher Woodward (Massachusetts)
Vice President, Credit Research, Breckinridge Capital Advisors
George Woodwell (Massachusetts)
Founder and Director Emeritus, The Woods Hole Research Center
Katharine Woodwell (Massachusetts)
Retired Administrator
HansJorg Wyss (Massachusetts)
Daniel Yost (California)
Partner, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP
Rosamund Zander (Massachusetts)
Chairman, Independent Design Center for the Environment
Margaret Zankel (California)
Martin Zankel (California)
Emeritus Chairman, BartkoZankel
Julianne Zimmerman
Zaurie Zimmerman (Massachusetts)
CEO, Zaurie Zimmerman Associates, Inc.
Paul Zorner (California)
Locus Solutions
Lauren Zullo (New York)
Director of Sustainability, Jonathan Rose Companies

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