José Zayas is becoming a member of American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE) because the group’s new govt vice chairman of coverage and applications. He will lead ACORE’s coverage and programmatic actions, working intently with ACORE’s board, workers and member corporations to deploy ACORE’s built-in coverage and program agenda.
Zayas is a clear energy chief with over 25 years in each the private and non-private sectors. Prior to becoming a member of ACORE, he was a senior vice chairman of Eagle Creek Renewable Energy, overseeing their innovation, mission administration and partnership portfolio. Zayas additionally beforehand served as govt director of the Wind and Water Power Technologies Office on the U.S. Department of Energy, the place he led efforts to enhance efficiency, decrease prices and speed up deployment of renewable applied sciences.
“We are delighted to welcome José Zayas to the ACORE leadership team,” states Gregory Wetstone, ACORE’s president and CEO. “José’s deep technical and policy background and his leadership experience in government and the private sector will be tremendous assets for ACORE and our members as we work to accelerate the transition to a renewable energy economy.”
“I am thrilled to join ACORE’s leadership team at such a pivotal moment to continue to shape our nation’s energy future,” says Zayas. “ACORE has played a critical role in the extraordinary growth of the renewable energy sector over the past two decades, and I look forward to working with the organization’s exceptional staff and influential member companies to secure the renewable energy future Americans want and need.”