Berman is senior director of energy efficiency strategy for Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E). She is responsible for providing strategic leadership of PG&E’s energy efficiency portfolio.
Fairchild is the inaugural president of Emerald Cities Collaborative (ECC), a national nonprofit organization based in Washington, D.C., with affiliates in major urban centers across the United States. She was recruited in 2010 to launch ECC, a coalition of labor, business, and community-based groups organized to accelerate the growth and benefits of the emerging green economy.
Nesler is vice president, global energy and sustainability for Johnson Controls. He is responsible for energy and sustainability strategy, policy, and innovation, and the Johnson Controls Institute for Building Efficiency.
“We welcome Jan, Denise, and Clay and appreciate their willingness to guide and advise us on the direction of ACEEE,” said Steven Nadel, ACEEE’s executive director. “These three talented professionals will add valuable experience and perspective to the board of directors.”
ACEEE also announced the formation of its Research Advisory Board (RAB). “The RAB will assess and help guide ACEEE on its research capabilities and activities,” said ACEEE board member Dr. Maxine Savitz, who serves as chair of the RAB and liaison with the board. “The RAB will play an important role in increasing the overall value of ACEEE research and further acceptance by stakeholders.”
In announcing the RAB, ACEEE’s board chair Carl Blumstein said, “The board of directors appointed the founding members of the RAB to advise our research staff. These individuals represent preeminent experts in energy efficiency research and are uniquely positioned to help us ensure that ACEEE’s research remains at the highest level.”
For more information, visitwww.aceee.org.
Publication date: 11/18/2013