Stephen Koch is new chair of Canadian Energy Efficiency Alliance
September 30, 2010 | By Anthony Capkun
The Canadian Energy Efficiency Alliance (CEEA) board has appointed Stephen Koch chair.
“This is a very exciting time for CEEA as energy efficiency is beginning to take a priority role in Canada’s overall sustainability plan,” said Ken Elsey, president and CEO of CEEA. “As a long-time advocate for energy efficiency in Canada as executive director of NAIMA [North American Insulation Manufacturers Association] Canada, he has built a reputation for sound judgment and fair business practices that fit well with the mission of the organization.”
“I am committed to the organization’s priorities of enhancing the energy
efficiency of new home construction and renovations, the development of
Energy Efficiency Standards for products, as well as improvements in
our transportation sector as North America moves to alternative
vehicles,” commented Stephen Koch. “I am confident in delivering
significant progress on these fronts with the support of the terrific
staff at CEEA and our board of directors.”
CEEA, a not-for-profit organization, works with provincial and federal
governments to develop and implement energy efficiency codes and
standards, as well as report on energy efficiency activities across the
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