Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Energy Efficiency Advocate Liz Robinson Steps Down After 33 Years Leading Energy Coordinating Agency in Philadelphia reported Monday Liz Robinson, the Executive Director of the nonprofit Energy Coordinating Agency in Philadelphia, announced she is stepping down from her position after 33 years of leading the organization.
Since she founded ECA in 1984, it has become a regional leader in energy efficiency retrofits for existing residential properties.
ECA has weatherized 45,000 homes; repaired or replaced 50,000 heating systems; provided water conservation services to 37,000 homes, and prevented over 75,000 tons of carbon emissions.
ECA has trained over 3,600 new energy professionals in its IREC accredited, 26,000 square feet, LEED Gold Knight Training Center. ECA is a nonprofit organization certified by the ISO 9001: 2008 Quality Management Standard.
ECA’s board named Steve Luxton, the director of conservation, as interim executive director while it conducts a national search for a new chief executive.
Robinson will serve as a consultant to ECA through the transition and remain active in energy efficiency efforts.
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