Foxboro, MA — September 11, 2018 ‐ Energy New England, LLC (ENE), a leader in Power Supply, Risk Management and Energy Efficiency services has announced addition team members to the Energy Efficiency division of the organization. President and CEO John G. Tzimorangas made the following announcement at the company headquarters in Foxboro on Monday, September 10th:
Please join me in welcoming Mark Scribner and Sarah Doherty to Energy New England. Mark has joined us in the role of Program Manager, Electric Vehicles. Mark is an experienced electric vehicle outreach and marketing professional with proven expertise in vehicle technology, charging infrastructure, EV policy, and energy efficiency. A member of the MA ZEV Commission’s Outreach Working Group since 2016, Mark also has extensive prior experience leading consumer outreach initiatives for several regional electric vehicle advocacy groups. He has spoken and presented at numerous high-profile public events at the state and municipal level, provided strategic planning and execution for EV outreach campaigns with key national and regional partners, and published persuasive and influential electric vehicle advocacy and policy analyses. Before entering the electric vehicle and energy efficiency field he managed training, technology support and quality systems in a highly regulated industry. Mark received his BS in Transportation from the University of Maryland School of Business. Mark will be a great asset as ENE launches Electric Vehicle Program services this fall.
Sarah Doherty started in June and will fill the role of Operations Administrator for RCS programs. She will be overseeing operations for the RCS program including general department operations, rebate processing, multi-family installations, and many of the new services ENE is offering. Sarah is a research, writing and customer services professional joining us after finishing her MA in Educational Psychology from Hunter College. She studied statistics, research methods, human learning and interaction with new information and technology. She joins us after a successful, 13-year career as the Director of Education in the fashion industry in New York City. After graduating with a BA in Journalism from New York University in 2001, Sarah worked as a general assignment reporter for two newspapers in Massachusetts, covering the commercial fishing industry and local government for The New Bedford Standard-Times and local government, education, and arts for Nantucket’s Inquirer & Mirror. Her organization, training, and customer service skills will complement our team and help deliver accurate, accessible information and unparalleled service to our clients.
John G. Tzimorangas, President and CEO of ENE commented, “With Mark and Sarah joining the ENE team, we have strengthened our Energy Efficiency team and better positions the organization to enhance the current offerings and begin to service the additional requests and needs of our customers in a manner providing exceptional customer service. Both individuals have extensive experience in the Energy Efficiency area and provide a wealth of experience from previous engagements that can be brought to ENE and challenge the standard energy efficiency processes and help move ENE forward in providing exceptional service to its customers.”
About Energy New England, LLC. Energy New England, LLC (www.ene.org) is a leading provider of wholesale and retail energy services. The company conducts more than $300M in structured transactions annually, and has also grown to become the leading provider of conservation and efficiency services for the public power community in the region. The company’s customer base has grown exponentially over the past few years. Its comprehensive portfolio includes power supply and risk management services, regulatory, energy and water conservation services, energy brokering, and renewable energy solutions. Energy New England has customers situated throughout New England as well as other power pools. The company works with an increasing number of utilities, independent power producers, industrial, commercial and institutional facilities, municipalities and non-profits.