IIEC Re-elects Founder Rob Pratt as Chairman

The International Institute for Energy Conservation (IIEC) board of directors has re-elected founder Robert L. Pratt as Chairman. Pratt founded the IIEC in 1984 and served as its first Chairman during its first decade. He replaces Dr. Peter du Pont, who will continue to serve on IIEC’s newly formed advisory council.

Pratt, who has remained active on the IIEC board throughout its 22 years, will further the IIEC’s mission to implement energy efficiency and renewable energy initiatives in the developing world through its network of regional professionals. Pratt formerly served as Director of the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative’s Renewable Energy Trust, the $250 million fund through which he developed a series of innovative programs designed to promote the use of clean energy technologies and build investment in the state’s renewable energy industry. Currently, he is the Chairman Emeritus and a member of the advisory board of the American Council On Renewable Energy (ACORE), and is active on the boards of the Alliance to Save Energy, the Clean Energy States Alliance, and the Henry P. Kendall Foundation, where he leads the Foundation’s New England-based climate change and energy program.
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