what is the clean energy equity gap in new haven?
Annie Harper is an Associate Research Scientist in Yale’s Department of Psychiatry, working at the Program for Recovery and Community Health. She is Project Director of the Connecticut Mental Health Center Financial Health project, which researches ways to help low income people with mental illness achieve greater financial security. Previously Annie was coordinator for the Yale Community Carbon Fund, a project of the Yale Office of Sustainability, which worked to improve access by low income people to energy efficiency and renewable energy resources. She has a PhD in social anthropology from Yale.
Marissa Westbrook is the Manager of Residential Energy Services for The United Illuminating Co., Southern Connecticut Gas Co., and Connecticut Natural Gas Corp. She manages a team of nine individuals who develop and implement the residential energy efficiency programs as part of the Energize Connecticut Initiative. Marissa has worked for UI since 2008 and has Bachelor’s degree in Biology from Boston College and an M.B.A with a concentration in Environmental Management from The University of Massachusetts Boston.
Madeline Priest, Assistant Manager and John D'Agostino, Senior Manager, Residential Programs, Connecticut Green Bank
Single and multifamily low to moderate income initiatives
Tracy Babbidge, Bureau Chief
Bureau of Energy and Technology Policy
State of CT DEEP
(see 17 min + for Tracey Babbidge's comments in the mp3 recording).
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