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    Alliance Welcomes Five Technology, Energy Sector Leaders to Its Board


    June 29, 2022 - Contify Energy News

     

      The Alliance to Save Energy’s Board of Directors elected five new members this month, welcoming several executives from leading technology companies, utilities, and service providers. “We’re thrilled to welcome these new members of the Alliance board,” said Alliance to Save Energy President Paula Glover. “As we aim to meet the present defining moment by setting the course for a just energy transition, we are fortunate to have experts like these who can bring forth innovative ideas and valuable perspectives that will help lead our organization and industry forward.”

      Key Highlight:

      * Phil Croskey was Director of Real Estate Development at the Baltimore Development Corporation, where he was responsible for over $3 billion of development projects for the City of Baltimore.

      Original Press Release:

      WASHINGTON, June 28 -- Alliance to Save Energy issued the following news release:

      The Alliance to Save Energy’s Board of Directors elected five new members this month, welcoming several executives from leading technology companies, utilities, and service providers.

      The organization’s new board members are Phil Croskey, CEO and Co-Founder of Maryland Energy Advisors; Yvonne McIntyre, Vice President of Federal Affairs at PG&E Corporation; Indran Ratnathicam, Chief Marketing Officer at Uplight; Duane Baldwin, Vice President of TRC Companies, Inc.; and Jessica Hogle, Vice President of Federal Affairs at Tennessee Valley Authority.

      “We’re thrilled to welcome these new members of the Alliance board,” said Alliance to Save Energy President Paula Glover. “As we aim to meet the present defining moment by setting the course for a just energy transition, we are fortunate to have experts like these who can bring forth innovative ideas and valuable perspectives that will help lead our organization and industry forward.”

      Phil Croskey is the president and CEO of Maryland Energy Advisors, where he is responsible for strategic direction and revenue growth by developing and implementing high-level strategies, making company decisions, and acting as the chief communicator. Previously, he was Director of Real Estate Development at the Baltimore Development Corporation, where he was responsible for over $3 billion of development projects for the City of Baltimore.

      Yvonne McIntyre serves as the Vice President of Federal Affairs at PG&E Corporation and has long-term experience advocating on a breadth of issues before Congress, the Administration, and regulatory agencies. She has worked extensively on issues relating to national energy policy, climate change, Clean Air Act issues, tax, and other issues relating to renewable energy technologies.

      As the Chief Marketing Officer at Uplight, Indran Ratnathicam brings more than 20 years of marketing, corporate strategy, and executive leadership in energy and technology. He previously served as Vice President of Marketing and Strategy at FirstFuel and a management consultant with The Boston Consulting Group.

      Duane Baldwin serves as a Vice President at TRC Companies, leading the client acquisition and development team for TRC’s Advanced Energy group. Prior to TRC, he served as senior program manager for Lockheed Martin Energy.

      As the Tennessee Valley Authority’s Vice President of Federal Affairs, Jessica Hogle serves as TVA’s liaison with federal officials within the United States Senate, House of Representatives, executive branch, and other federal agencies. She previously served as PG&E’s Vice President of Federal Affairs and Chief Sustainability Officer, where she was responsible for building relationships at the national level with NGOs, trade associations, and other key stakeholders.

      About the Alliance to Save Energy

      Founded in 1977, the Alliance to Save Energy is a nonprofit, bipartisan alliance of business, government, environmental and consumer leaders working to expand the economy while using less energy. Our mission is to promote energy productivity worldwide – including through energy efficiency – to achieve a stronger economy, a cleaner environment and greater energy security, affordability, and reliability.

      Source: Alliance to Save Energy

      [Category: Energy, Management Changes, ESG]

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