Members

Composition of the EEAC

In accordance with its by-law, the Council includes representatives from organizations and interests that are named in the enabling legislation. Council members are appointed to five-year terms by the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities (DPU) with the exception of the energy efficiency small business representative, who is elected by his or her peers. The Council is chaired by the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER) Commissioner. DOER staff provides support to the Council.

Current EEAC members, voting and non-voting, represent a wide array of organizations and interests.

Voting Members

As of June 2022

Mary Wambui
Planning Officer for Urban Affairs

Representing Residential Consumers

Elliott Jacobson
Low‐Income Energy Affordability Network

Representing Low Income Weatherization & Fuel Assistance Network

Amy Boyd
Acadia Center

Representing Environmental Community

Dennis Villanueva
Mass General Brigham

Representing Businesses and Large Commercial & Industrial End Users

Robert Rio
Associated Industries of Massachusetts

Representing Manufacturing Industry

Deirdre Manning
Massachusetts Convention Center Authority

Representing Energy Efficiency Experts

Charlie Harak
Local 369 of the Utility Worker Union of American

Representing Organized Labor

Martin Suuberg / DESIGNEE: Sharon Weber
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection

Representing Environmental Protection

Maura Healey / DESIGNEE: Jo Ann Bodemer
Massachusetts Office of the Attorney General

Representing Attorney General

Janelle Chan / DESIGNEE: Greg Abbe
Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development

Representing Housing and Community Development

Patrick Woodcock / DESIGNEE: Maggie McCarey
Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources

EEAC Chairperson

Paul Johnson
Greentek

Representing Energy Efficiency Small Businesses

Cammy Peterson
Metropolitan Area Planning Council

Representing Commonwealth Cities and Towns

Justin Davidson
The Massachusetts Association of Realtors®

Representing Massachusetts Realtors

Cindy Arcate
PowerOptions

Representing Massachusetts Non‐Profits

Non-Voting Members

As of June 2022

Paul Gromer
Peregrine Energy

Representing Energy Efficiency Businesses

Michael Ferrante
Massachusetts Energy Marketers Association

Representing Heating Oil Industry

Tim Costa
ISO New England

Representing Regional Electric Transmission Organization

Maggie Downey
Cape Light Compact

Representing Utility Energy Efficiency Program Administrator

Tilak Subrahmanian / DESIGNEE: Kate Peters
Eversource

Representing Utility Energy Efficiency Program Administrator

Chris Porter
National Grid

Representing Utility Energy Efficiency Program Administrator

Cindy Carroll
Unitil

Representing Utility Energy Efficiency Program Administrator

Elizabeth Cellucci
Columbia Gas of Massachusetts

Representing Utility Energy Efficiency Program Administrator

Andrew Newman
Blackstone Gas

Representing Utility Energy Efficiency Program Administrator

Jane Lano
Berkshire Gas

Representing Utility Energy Efficiency Program Administrator

Stephanie Terach
Liberty Utilities

Representing Utility Energy Efficiency Program Administrator