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  • Innovating Workforce Development with BlocPower

Innovating Workforce Development with BlocPower

  • 26 Oct 2022
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Zoom Meeting


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What does it take for cities to convert to sustainable options? BlocPower knows. BlocPower is a Brooklyn-based climate technology company rapidly greening American cities. Since its founding in 2014, the company has completed electrification, energy efficiency, and distributed energy projects in more than 1,200 buildings in the mid-Atlantic and Northeast. 

BlocPower utilizes its proprietary software for analysis, leasing, project management, and monitoring of urban clean energy projects, driving energy savings of 20-40% for the renters, building owners, and small businesses we work with. Partnerships are key and BlocPower builds workforce with partner with utilities and local governments to deliver electrification solutions, including air source heat pumps. 


Craig Altemose, Director of External Affairs. BlocPower

Clare Doyle Dowd, Director of Policy and Community, BlocPower

Craig Altemose is the Director of External Affairs - MA where he is co-leading BlocPower's entrance into the Massachusetts and New England markets. Prior to joining BlocPower, Craig served as the founding Executive Director of Better Future Project, a climate advocacy and organizing nonprofit based in Massachusetts. Craig holds a J.D. from Harvard Law School, an M.P.P. from Harvard Kennedy School, and a B.A. from Eckerd College. He lives with his wife and son in Maynard, MA.

Clare Doyle Dowd is the Director of Policy and Community at BlocPower and leads policy, funding initiatives, and strategic partnerships company-wide. Clare has two decades of experience in the non-profit and public sectors leading the development of affordable housing, clean energy and building electrification, and community engagement initiatives. Clare's expertise in the built environment and housing has helped BlocPower advance unique partnerships with NREL, DOE, local governments, universities, and utilities. 

This is a free event.

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