Steven coordinates Ceres’ work to spur US corporate leadership on greenhouse gas emission reductions and clean energy uptake, including renewable energy, energy efficiency and electric vehicles.
Prior to joining Ceres, Steven spearheaded and developed clean energy projects and land conservation ventures in Namibia and collaborated with industry, government and policy making leaders on advancing national transmission policies and initiatives for renewable energy in the United States.
He served as the Assistant Secretary for Energy in Massachusetts where he represented Massachusetts in a multi-state enterprise to increase renewable energy and transmission in New England, directed implementation of The Massachusetts Global Warming Solutions Act, and chaired the Energy Facilities Siting Board.
Steven also served as the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resource’s Director of wind energy development, where he led initiatives to develop renewable energy on state owned lands and facilities, offshore wind, and ensured progress towards the Governor’s 2020 2,000 megawatt wind energy goal.
Steven has Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees from Columbia University and was pursuing a doctoral degree at Stanford University prior to working for Massachusetts.
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