ACORE strongly supports DOE’s proposed applicant-driven, route-specific approach to NIETC designation.
Kevin manages ACORE’s partnerships with allied clean energy organizations and the philanthropic community. He also leads grant-related program design and implementation.
Prior to joining ACORE, Kevin served as the Interim Executive Director of the Wind Solar Alliance (WSA), where he guided the organization through a restructuring into ACORE while leading the implementation of two advocacy campaigns. He previously served as WSA’s Director of Public Affairs and is an attorney with significant public affairs consulting experience.
Kevin is a graduate of Vermont Law School, the University of Maryland, College Park, and has completed Yale University’s Financing and Deploying Clean Energy program. He is admitted to practice law in Maryland and the U.S. Supreme Court.
ACORE provided input on the Transmission Siting and Economic Development Grants Program to accelerate the development of transmission.
ACORE appreciates the opportunity to provide feedback to the RFI on the GRIP program through the Department of Energy.