The Institute convened key Washington State stakeholders in the state over two days in October to present and discuss the Northwest Deep Decarbonization Pathways study as follows:
October 23, 2019: A three-hour work session with the Public Generating Pool, a consortium of 11 consumer-owned electric utilities, 10 in Washington and one in Oregon.
October 23, 2019: A presentation to the King County-Cities Climate Collaboration's annual elected officials' summit
October 24, 2019: A briefing of the study's Washington State-only results for Governor Jay Inslee's climate and clean energy policy and agency staff from Commerce, Office of Financial Management, Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council, and the Utilities and Transportation Commission.
October 24, 2019: A standing-room-only briefing of key stakeholders from Washington State's research universities, utilities, clean tech business and investor communities, and advocacy groups.
Eileen V. Quigley
Founder & Executive Director
Eileen V. Quigley is Founder and Executive Director of the Clean Energy Transition Institute.
Eileen spent seven years at Climate Solutions identifying the transition pathways off oil and coal to a low-carbon future in Washington and Oregon. She built and led the New Energy Cities program, which partnered with 22 Northwest cities and counties to reduce carbon emissions. As Director of Strategic Innovations, she oversaw New Energy Cities, as well as Sustainable Advanced Fuels, which worked to accelerate the development of advanced low-carbon fuels for aviation, marine, and fleets and the Northwest Biocarbon Initiative, which aimed to demonstrate the role that...