Event description: Join the Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance (SEEA) and the Association of Energy Services Professionals (AESP) Southeast Chapter as we kick off AESP’s 33rd Annual Conference with a fun and intimate VIP event focused directly on issues around energy in the Southeast.
A panel discussion will focus on how the region is preparing for federal funding, highlighting successful programs and leadership from policy to practice.
Following the discussion, join us for a sky-high networking reception with light bites, signature cocktails, and sweeping views of the French Quarter and Mississippi River.
The event will be located on the 41st floor of the New Orleans Marriott on Canal Street. The panel discussion will take place in Riverview II from 3-4pm, followed by drinks and hors d’oeuvres from 4-5pm.
Registration: Max 100
President and CEO, AESP
Jen currently serves as President and CEO of the Association of Energy Services Professionals (AESP).
Within her role, she focuses educating and empowering AESP’s members on such topics as energy efficiency technologies, conservation strategies, demand response program design and implementation, demand flexibility strategies, grid edge technology deployment, beneficial electrification and demand side focused customer engagement strategies.
She is a LEED accredited professional.
Specialties: Utility DER planning strategy, grid modernization planning, renewable energy and conservation program management, energy market analysis, corporate sustainability planning, electric vehicle infrastructure development, biomass energy conversion, smart grid implementation, LEED design
Dynamic leader with expertise in finance, fundraising, strategy, management and resource development. My background is diverse as the current president of a regional energy efficiency organization (Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance), serving as a leader at a cooperative utility (Hoosier Energy), supporting utility programs (Ecova), developing energy efficiency resources for a nonprofit (Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance), running a national center (American Bar Association) and conducting outreach at a state environmental agency (IL EPA). I am passionate about expanding access to ensure equity and inclusion to improve economic outcomes, health and safety for all. I have experience with direct install, home performance and low income programs. I excel in managing functional teams, serving boards and mobilizing diverse groups to achieve goals.
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