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photo Stephen Cowell
President
E4TheFuture (formerly CSG)
After a long stint as CEO delivering energy services, Steve Cowell is now leading E4TheFuture to bring clean, efficient energy home. E4TheFuture is a small nonprofit working to advance clean, efficient solutions for residential customers across the U.S. Its endowment and senior staff come from Conservation Services Group (CSG), whose operating programs were acquired in 2015 by CLEAResult.

“E4” stands for:
  • Energy—promoting clean, efficient, safe solutions
  • Economy—growing a prosperous low-carbon economy into the 22nd century
  • Equity—empowering all Americans to run their homes with clean, affordable energy
  • Environment—restoring healthy air, water and land
For decades Steve has been dedicated to achieving measurable progress toward a strong and prosperous clean energy economy with a focus on the public good. He founded and directed numerous energy efficiency and renewable energy organizations, including CSG.

Under Steve Cowell’s leadership, CSG designed and implemented conservation and renewable energy programs for utilities, state agencies, and other groups throughout the U.S., providing services to more than 3.2 million businesses and households. Steve successfully advocated for energy efficiency as a least-cost power supply option. He helped to create and build the residential energy efficiency industry through sound public policy, legislation, and establishment of trade ally networks as well as the delivery of cost-effective programs.

Steve is a graduate of Brown University and has been honored with several major industry awards. He serves as a director on the board of several organizations, and has been an avid participant in E2 for eight years.


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