For the second summer in a row, renewables are helping keep the lights on and energy costs down in Texas.
Prior to joining ACORE, Noah interned for World Resources Institute and the Democratic Staff of the U.S. House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis to advocate for state and federal clean energy legislation. Noah also developed nature education programs for youth and researched environmental policies at an animal rights nonprofit.
Noah holds a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science and Policy with a Politics and Policy concentration from the University of Maryland, where he was a Federal Fellow for Energy and Environmental Policy.
ACORE hosted its 2023 Finance Forum amidst smoky skies that provided an urgent reminder that investing in clean energy is more important than ever.
In a first-of-its-kind analysis, ACORE quantified the potential economic benefits of onshore renewable energy projects awaiting connection in PJM.
ACORE kicked off its 2023 events season with the Accelerate Forum and Awards Gala on March 8, and culminated with the ACORE Policy Forum on March 9.
A diverse array of stakeholders gathered at the ACORE Grid Forum to discuss the pathways, opportunities, and obstacles to a renewable energy future.