Fresh Energy is building upon the work we have engaged in on diversity, equity, and inclusion, and diving into a deeper analysis of anti-racism at our organization.
In spite of a split-control legislature, 2021 has been an incredibly impactful year for energy at the State Capitol with significant investments in solar energy, policy support for a just and equitable transition, innovative decarbonization strategies, and more.
We recognize that an equitable energy transition requires climate justice, and there is no climate justice without racial justice. The last year has been a time of deep reflection and a realization of much-needed change, for our state as a whole but also for our organization.
As Fresh Energy works to electrify the economy and ensure an equitable and just energy transition, we are asking questions that seem simple but are complex in practice.
Fresh Energy has updated the Strategic Framework that guides the organization and based on careful analysis and input, we also refreshed the imperatives at the heart of our work.
We’re pleased to welcome Mari Ojeda and Kathryn Krawczyk to the Fresh Energy team!