Financing and Marketing Comprehensive Home Efficiency Transformations
- Mildred Livak Room, 4th Floor Dudley Davis Center 590 Main St., Burlington, Vermont (map)
What is the best way to universalize comprehensive home energy and efficiency retrofits while creating jobs and reducing carbon emissions?
Moderated by Carol Weston, Director of Programs and Implementation at Efficiency Vermont.
Tammy Agard is the co-founder and CEO of EEtility, a “B” (Benefit) Corporation and Energy Efficiency Program Operator located in Little Rock, Arkansas that specializes in operating on bill Energy Efficiency programs for the Rural Electric Cooperative sector.
Since founding NEEP in 1996, Sue Coakley has served as Executive Director and a member of the Board of Directors. She provides strategic direction for NEEP's development, management and operations, and manages relationships with NEEP's broad base of funders. In her role, she leads NEEP’s efforts to transform markets to provide high-efficiency solutions on a regional scale.
Founder and CEO of Sealed, an energy services company that finances home upgrades with guaranteed energy savings.
Before joining Empower, Dan Gray served as the Business and Utility Consultant for Williams Allwein & Moser, an advanced energy law firm based in Columbus, where he combined his knowledge of utility rates and regulations with his background in financial modeling to drive value for the customers in complicated energy development projects.