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Carol Werner

Executive Director
Environmental and Energy Study Institute

Carol Werner serves as Executive Director of the Environmental and Energy Study Institute in Washington, DC – a non-profit education and policy organization. EESI is dedicated to sustainable development, believing that a sound environment and a sound economy go hand in hand.

Werner came to EESI in 1987 as director of EESI’s Energy & Climate Change Program. In 1998, she was named Executive Director. She has more than 30 years of public policy experience on energy and environmental issues. She has organized hundreds of Congressional briefings on science, technology and policy issues and has been a frequent speaker at many conferences and workshops on energy and environmental issues in EESI’s program areas.

Wener is an Advisory Member of the President’s Climate Action Project (PCAP) and was a co-founder of the U.S. Climate Action Network. She is on the steering committee for the peer review of the Department of Energy’s Bioenergy R&D Program, the steering committee of the Sustainable Energy Coalition, the Environmental Advisory Committee of the Business Council for Sustainable Energy, and the Policy Committee of the American Solar Energy Society. She also serves on the board of the National Center for Appropriate Technology, the editorial board of BioCycle Magazine, and the Advisory Board of Planet Forward.

She was a member of the Department of Energy’s (DOE) State Energy Advisory Board for six years, served on the World Council of Churches Task Force on Climate Change, and was a stakeholder in the DOE/USDA Bioenergy Initiative. She also was a member of DOE’s Federal Advisory Committee on the Commercialization of Renewable Energy Technologies.

Before joining EESI, Werner served as the legislative director of the Northeast-Midwest Congressional Coalition, the legislative representative for the National Consumer Law Center, and as a legislative assistant to Rep. Neal Smith (D – IA).

Carol Werner will be speaking at:

Energy and Climate Policy: What’s Next?

March 13, 2017 10:45 am - 12:15 pm ,

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