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Person: Patrick Woodcock

Patrick joined the Maine State Chamber in October 2023 as President and CEO after returning to his home state from serving in a number of state energy leadership positions in New England. Most recently, Patrick was the Commissioner of the Department of Energy Resources under former Governor Charlie Baker in Massachusetts. In that role, Patrick … Continued

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Person: Ebony Brown

Ebony supports the EF Northeast team to plan and manage projects and budgets, make and administer grants, engage with funding partners, and work with advocates and other partners to execute strategies and projects. She also assists with the administration of grants and contracts, provides administrative support to the team, and helps to develop and implement … Continued

Go to Jillian Kysor

Person: Jillian Kysor

Jillian Kysor fosters development of clean energy and climate policies and strategies in the Southeast, a high-potential region for achieving meaningful policy outcomes. She develops and funds policy strategies that will achieve ambitious, equitable, and regionally aligned policy goals in the power, transportation, climate, industry, and building sectors. Jillian also works with internal and external … Continued

Go to Miguel Solorio

Person: Miguel Solorio

As Technical Training Specialist, Miguel Solorio optimizes EF’s usage of core systems, trains staff on existing and new software tools, and creates training materials and documentation. Over the years, Miguel has become skilled in designing and delivering training seminars, offering comprehensive software support, and troubleshooting technical issues. Prior to EF, he was an educational consultant … Continued

Go to Time to Drive Electric: More EVs, More Choices on the Horizon

Post: Time to Drive Electric: More EVs, More Choices on the Horizon

This month is your chance to learn everything you wanted to know about electric vehicles (EVs) and even test drive one. National Drive Electric Week is September 22 through October 1, and—seemingly in sync with this annual series of events across the country—we soon will see the 1 millionth electric vehicle sold this year. It … Continued

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Person: Olivia Leos

Olivia Leos supports EF’s Clean Power Program, including making and administering grants, preparing and managing funder materials, and maintaining budgets. Olivia works with advocates and other partners to execute strategies and projects, reviews grant proposals, and manages incoming communications and requests to the team. Additionally, Olivia provides administrative support to the team and implements systems … Continued

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Post: Schools Make the Grade for Clean Energy in the U.S.

As the school year commences yet again for young people across America, we want to shine a light on the many ways local K-12 schools are helping to advance the country’s transition to clean power—by installing solar power and battery storage, helping to build a renewable energy workforce, and switching from diesel to electric school … Continued

Go to Fanta Kamakaté

Person: Fanta Kamakaté

Fanta Kamakaté leads the strategy development and campaign design for EF’s philanthropic investments to reduce pollution from the U.S. transportation sector, by applying an intersectional understanding of the building, power, and industrial sectors. Fanta develops and funds multi-year strategies at the national level and advises on strategies to influence regional and state policies that achieve … Continued