Energy efficiency and client services veteran brings two decades of experience to regional non-profit
Portland, Ore. –The Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (NEEA) announced today that it has hired Jeremy Litow to lead its stakeholder engagement and communication division.
Formerly of Portland Energy Conservation, Inc. (PECI) and CLEAResult, Inc., Litow brings over 20 years of progressive leadership experience to NEEA. Most recently, Litow served as CLEAResult Grocery Practice Leader, Senior Director, overseeing client and stakeholder engagement, program implementation, product development and marketing. Before that, Litow served as Vice President of Business Development at PECI, where he led the development and execution of a client management and strategic partner framework and managed corporate marketing and communications.
“We are very pleased to welcome Jeremy to NEEA’s leadership team,” said Susan E. Stratton, NEEA’s executive director. “In his eight years at PECI, Jeremy was an outstanding contributor and leader in strategic account management and an invaluable member of the executive team. I am very excited for him to bring that experience and expertise to NEEA.”
Litow holds a Master of Business Administration from New College of California, with a focus on sustainable enterprise and environmental entrepreneurship, and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Iowa. As Director of Stakeholder Engagement and Communication, Litow will direct NEEA’s engagement and corporate communications efforts with utility funders, energy efficiency organizations and other key stakeholders around the region.
The Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (NEEA) is an alliance of more than 140 utilities and energy efficiency organizations working on behalf of more than 13 million energy consumers. NEEA is dedicated to accelerating both electric and gas energy efficiency, leveraging its regional partnerships to advance the adoption of energy-efficient products, services and practices.
Since 1997, NEEA and its partners have saved enough energy to power more than 900,000 homes each year. As the second-largest resource in the Northwest, energy efficiency can offset most of our new demand for energy, saving money and keeping the Northwest a healthy and vibrant place to live. www.neea.org