Daniel Sosland is president and CEO of ENE, a regional non-profit research and advocacy organization he co-founded in 1999. Under his direction, ENE has grown to a staff of 15 professional advocates, one of the largest teams of climate and energy policy specialists in the Northeast, working from offices in Portland and Rockport, Maine, Boston, Providence, Hartford and Ottawa, ON, Canada. ENE has successfully advanced the adoption of comprehensive energy, climate and clean air policies through legislation, regulatory proceedings, regional initiatives and publications that identify priority policy solutions for adoption, including the Climate Change Roadmap for New England and Eastern Canada and Climate Change Roadmap for Connecticut. Recently ENE released “EnergyVision: A Pathway to a Modern, Sustainable Low Carbon Economic and Environmental Future,” which provides a framework for adopting a fully integrated and low carbon energy system based on data from the Northeast that is applicable on a national level. EnergyVision is part of a series of ENE reports that focus on how states and regions can address the challenge of climate while improving economic and consumer benefits.