Climate Leadership Conference 2024


Our esteemed lineup of speakers at the Climate Leadership Conference 2024, presented by the students at Harvard represents a diverse tapestry of expertise, experience, and innovation in the field of climate action. From renowned scientists and researchers unveiling the latest advancements in climate science to visionary leaders from various industries sharing their strategies for sustainability and resilience, our speakers are at the forefront of driving change. Government officials will offer insights into policy initiatives shaping the global response to climate change, while leaders of civil society organizations will highlight the importance of grassroots movements and community engagement. Together, these speakers embody the spirit of collaboration and collective action necessary to address one of the most pressing challenges of our time.

Ali Zaidi

Assistant to the President and National Climate Advisor

In this role, he leads the White House Climate Policy Office, which coordinates policy development and President Biden’s all-of-government approach to tackle the climate crisis, create good-paying, union jobs, and advance environmental justice. Zaidi is a longtime advisor to President Biden, having provided counsel and leadership on climate policy development, legislation, and executive action from day one of the Administration and on the Biden presidential transition and campaign. Before his current role, he served as Deputy National Climate Advisor.

Carla Frisch

Acting Executive Director And Principal Deputy Director

Carla Frisch is the Acting Executive Director and Principal Deputy Director of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Policy; she has served in this capacity since February 2021. As the leader of the DOE Office of Policy, Frisch is on point for domestic energy and climate policy. She works closely with the White House and Capitol Hill. She previously led the U.S. Program at RMI, focusing on state, city, and business climate action. Before joining RMI, Frisch worked at DOE for ten years directing policy and analysis offices focused on climate and environment, energy efficiency, renewable energy, clean transportation, and electricity systems. Frisch has worked extensively on climate vulnerabilities and solutions, including on the National Climate Assessment and U.S. Midcentury Strategy. She holds a Master of Environmental Management from Duke University and a B.A. from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is an Adjunct Professor at Northwestern University.

Manish Bapna

CEO of Natural Resources Defense Council

NRDC confronts the interlocking crises of climate change, health, nature, and inequity. Before joining NRDC, Bapna served as the Executive Vice President and Managing Director of the World Resources Institute for 14 years, where he played a pivotal role in establishing WRI offices in China, India, and Brazil. His work extended to influential initiatives such as the Global Commission on Adaptation, NDC Partnership, New Climate Economy, and the International Research Forum on the Sustainable Development Goals.

Tony Chan

COO/CFO of Bezos Earth Fund

Tony Chan serves as the Chief Financial and Operating Officer at the Bezos Earth Fund. In this role, he oversees finance, information technology, grants management, facilities, and other operational initiatives. Prior to joining the Earth Fund, Tony held senior positions at the Ford Foundation, Habitat for Humanity International, and worked in strategy and operations consulting. He brings a wealth of experience to his current position, contributing to the fund’s mission of addressing environmental challenges and promoting sustainability.

Cammie Croft

Chief of Staff, Rewiring America

Cammie Croft is a seasoned leader with two decades of experience in advocacy, marketing, and technology. She excels at scaling organizations and building high-performing teams. Cammie plays a pivotal role in advancing the organization’s mission of electrifying homes, businesses, and communities. Her expertise and dedication contribute significantly to Rewiring America’s impactful work.

Kiran Bhatraju

CEO, Arcadia

Kiran Bhatraju is the founder and CEO of Arcadia, a company that focuses on making it easy for people to go solar. Prior to Arcadia, Kiran was the co-founder and director of business development at American Efficient. In this role, Kiran helped the company grow from a startup to a national leader in the energy efficiency space.

Bitsat Yohannes

Program Manager - Energy and Climate at The United Nations Office of the Special Adviser on Africa

Bitsat Yohannes is an expert in energy, climate, and sustainable development. She plays a crucial role in advancing Africa’s efforts to tackle climate change, enhance access to energy, and address critical challenges such as adverse weather events and water scarcity. Her commitment to a sustainable, net-zero future drives impactful initiatives across the continent.

Ted Wiley

President and Chief Operation Officer at Form Energy

Ted Wiley is co-founder, President and COO at Form Energy, a venture-backed startup working to develop breakthrough low cost, multi-day energy storage solutions that will enable the electric system to be 100% renewably powered. Ted began his career as a US Army Infantry officer. He went on to be co-founder and head of product at Aquion Energy, a startup focused on developing bulk energy storage for the grid. After Aquion, Ted was president of McDonough Innovation, a consulting firm focused on implementing sustainability solutions for the circular economy based on the ideas of architect William McDonough. Ted holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and was recognized in 2013 by the World Economic Forum as a Young Global Leader.

Jessica Harrison

Executive Director at VEIR

Jessica Harrison is the Executive Director of VEIR, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting environmental sustainability and conservation efforts. With a background in environmental science and years of experience in the non-profit sector, Jessica is passionate about creating positive change for the planet. She works tirelessly to develop programs and initiatives that engage communities in environmental stewardship and inspire individuals to take action toward a more sustainable future. Jessica's leadership and commitment to the environment make her a driving force behind VEIR's mission to protect and preserve our natural world.

Marissa Gillett

Chairman of Connecticut’s Public Utilities Regulatory Authority

Marissa Gillett is the Chairman of Connecticut's Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA), overseeing the regulation of the state's utility companies to ensure reliable and affordable services for consumers. With a background in energy policy and regulatory affairs, Gillett brings a wealth of experience to her role in balancing the needs of consumers, utilities, and the environment. She is committed to promoting innovation and sustainability in the energy sector while also ensuring fair and transparent practices. Gillett's leadership at PURA reflects her dedication to serving the public interest and advancing the state's energy goals.

Andrew Howell

Head of Sustainable Finance Research, Environmental Defense Fund

Andrew Howell is the Head of Sustainable Finance Research at the Environmental Defense Fund. With a background in finance and sustainability, Andrew leads the organization's efforts to drive positive environmental impact through the financial sector. He works closely with investors, companies, and policymakers to advance sustainable investing practices and promote the integration of environmental considerations into financial decision-making. Andrew is passionate about finding innovative ways to align financial incentives with environmental goals, and he is dedicated to creating a more sustainable future for people and the planet.

Fernando Castellanos

Head of Environment, UN Global Compact

Fernando Castellanos is the Head of Environment at the UN Global Compact, the world's largest corporate sustainability initiative. With a background in environmental science and policy, Fernando is passionate about driving positive change and promoting sustainable practices within businesses worldwide. He works closely with companies to help them integrate environmental considerations into their strategies and operations, ultimately contributing to a more sustainable and resilient future for both people and the planet. Fernando's expertise and leadership in the field of corporate sustainability make him a valuable asset to the UN Global Compact team.

Will Hackman

Climate Advocacy Strategist

Will Hackman is a conservation and climate advocacy expert. He has 15 years’ experience in U.S. political campaigning, public policy process, NGO / non-profit leadership, land and marine conservation, and global environmental issue advocacy. He works closely with stakeholders, policymakers, and communities to drive meaningful change. Will holds a Master’s in Public Policy, and his passion for environmental justice drives his commitment to protecting our planet for future generations.

Matthieu Soulé

Head of BNP Paribas C.Lab Americas

Mathieue Soule is an experienced innovator and leader in the banking industry, currently serving as the Head of Innovation Labs at BNP Paribas. With a background in technology and finance, Mathieue is passionate about driving digital transformation and creating innovative solutions to meet the evolving needs of customers. He has a proven track record of successfully implementing cutting-edge technologies and fostering a culture of innovation within organizations. Mathieue's strategic vision and hands-on approach have been instrumental in BNP Paribas' efforts to stay ahead of the curve in the rapidly changing financial landscape

Cynthia Wilson

Berkeley, Dept of Environmental Science, Policy and Management

Cynthia Wilson is an esteemed faculty member at the University of California, Berkeley, where she serves as a professor in the Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management. With a background in environmental science and a passion for sustainability, Cynthia's research focuses on the intersection of human activities and the environment, with a particular emphasis on climate change mitigation and adaptation strategies. Through her work, she aims to inspire the next generation of environmental leaders and drive positive change towards a more sustainable future.

Francis Yu

Co Executive Director at Catskills Agrarian Alliance, Professor at NYU

Francis Yu is a passionate advocate for sustainable agriculture and rural communities. As the Co-Executive Director of the Catskills Agrarian Alliance, he works to promote local food systems and support small-scale farmers in the region. In addition to his work with the CAA, Francis is also a dedicated educator, serving as a Professor at NYU where he teaches courses on food justice and environmental sustainability. With a background in environmental science and a deep commitment to social and environmental justice, Francis is a leading voice in the movement towards a more resilient and equitable food system.

Rebecca Davidson

Director of Food and Climate Equity, MA Department of Agricultural Resources

Rebecca Davidson is the Director of Food and Climate Equity at the Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources. With a background in sustainable agriculture and a passion for social and environmental justice, Rebecca is dedicated to advancing equity in the food system while addressing the challenges of climate change. She brings a wealth of experience in community outreach, policy development, and program management to her role, working tirelessly to create a more just and sustainable food system for all residents of Massachusetts.

Aliya Haq

VP of Policy and Advocacy at Breakthrough Energy

Aliya Haq is the Vice President of Policy and Advocacy at Breakthrough Energy, a leading organization dedicated to accelerating the transition to a net-zero carbon future. With a background in environmental policy and advocacy, Haq brings a wealth of experience and expertise to her role, where she works to shape and influence policies that support clean energy innovation and sustainability. Prior to joining Breakthrough Energy, Haq held various positions in government and non-profit organizations, focusing on climate change mitigation and renewable energy initiatives. She is passionate about driving positive change and creating a more sustainable future for generations to come.

Cameron Halliday

CEO, Mantel Capture

Dr. Cameron Halliday, Co-Founder & CEO, developed Mantel’s molten borate technology as part of his PhD in Chemical Engineering at MIT. Mantel is developing the first liquid carbon capture material that operates at high temperatures - a combination that improves thermal efficiency and reduces costs. He completed his MBA at MIT Sloan and previously worked with BCG, Shell, EGA, and ABB. Dr. Halliday studied Chemical Engineering at Loughborough University. In 2022, he was selected as a Breakthrough Energy Fellow and is a member of the 2023 Forbes 30 Under 30 Energy Class.

Sarah Sclarsic

Founding Partner, Voyager Ventures, Advisor at Frontier Climate

Sarah Sclarsic is a Founding Partner at Voyager Ventures, a climate-focused investment firm that seeks to drive positive change through sustainable and impactful investments. With a background in finance and a passion for environmental sustainability, Sarah is dedicated to leveraging her expertise to address the urgent challenges of climate change. In addition to her role at Voyager Ventures, Sarah also serves as an Advisor at Frontier Climate, where she helps guide strategic investment decisions to support a more sustainable future. She is committed to making a difference in the fight against climate change and inspiring others to join the movement towards a greener, more resilient planet

Hessan Farooqui

Executive Director of Boston Climate Action Network

Hessan Farooqui is the Executive Director of the Boston Climate Action Network, a nonprofit organization dedicated to advocating for and implementing sustainable solutions to combat climate change in the Boston area. With a background in environmental policy and community organizing, Hessan has a passion for empowering individuals and communities to take action on climate issues. Through his leadership, the Boston Climate Action Network has worked to engage residents, businesses, and policymakers in efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, promote renewable energy, and build a more resilient and sustainable city. Hessan's commitment to environmental justice and his collaborative approach to adressing climate challenges make him a valuable leader in the fight against climate change.

Richard Johnston

Chief of Bureau - Massachussetts Attorney General’s Energy and Environment Bureau

Richard Johnston is the Chief of Bureau for the Massachusetts Attorney General's Energy and Environment Bureau. With a background in environmental law and policy, Johnston has dedicated his career to advocating for sustainable and responsible energy practices. He brings a wealth of experience in regulatory compliance, climate change mitigation, and environmental protection to his role, where he leads a team of professionals in protecting the state's natural resources and ensuring a clean and healthy environment for all residents. Johnston is committed to advancing renewable energy initiatives, enforcing environmental regulations, and holding polluters accountable for their actions.

Benjamin Meshoulam

Senior Advisor for Climate and Energy, Massachusetts State AG

Benjamin Meshoulam is a Senior Advisor for Climate and Energy at the Massachusetts State Attorney General's Office. With a background in environmental law and policy, Benjamin has dedicated his career to advocating for sustainable energy practices and combating climate change. He works closely with government agencies, non-profit organizations, and industry stakeholders to develop and implement strategies that promote clean energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Benjamin is committed to creating a more resilient and environmentally conscious future for the residents of Massachusetts and beyond.

Chris Papageorgiou

Division Chief, Research Dept, IMF

Chris Papageorgiou is the Deputy Unit Chief at the International Monetary Fund (IMF). With a strong background in economics and finance, he plays a crucial role in overseeing and managing various international financial programs and initiatives. Prior to joining the IMF, Chris held key positions in government agencies and financial institutions, where he gained valuable experience in economic policy analysis and implementation. His expertise and leadership skills have been instrumental in shaping global economic policies and fostering financial stability. Chris holds a Master's degree in Economics from a prestigious university and is committed to promoting sustainable economic growth and development worldwide

Morgan Richmond

Head of Adaptation, Climate Policy Initiative

Morgan Richmond leads CPI’s workstream on Adaptation & Resilience, seeking to accelerate the amount and effectiveness of climate finance that addresses adaptation. With a background in economics, finance, and climate risk, Morgan brings a wealth of experience in climate resilience and adaptation strategies to her role. She is passionate about finding innovative solutions to address the impacts of climate change on vulnerable communities and ecosystems. Prior to joining Climate Policy Initiative, Morgan worked with various international organizations on climate adaptation projects and policies. She holds a master’s degree in International Business and Policy from Georgetown University.

Poorva Karkare

Policy Officer at European Center for Development

Poorva Karkare is a Policy Officer at the European Center for Development, where she focuses on advocating for policy changes that promote sustainable development and social justice. With a background in international relations and a passion for addressing global challenges, Poorva is dedicated to driving positive change through evidence-based research and collaboration with stakeholders. She brings a wealth of experience in policy analysis, advocacy, and project management to her role, and is committed to advancing the Center's mission of creating a more equitable and prosperous world.

Lysa Wini

Soloman Islands Country Manager - Nia Tero

Lysa Wini is a passionate conservationist and community leader from the Solomon Islands. With a background in environmental science and a deep connection to her land and people, Lysa has dedicated her career to promoting sustainable practices and preserving the unique biodiversity of the Solomon Islands. As the Country Manager for Nia Tero, Lysa works tirelessly to empower local communities and protect their traditional territories. Her innovative and collaborative approach has made her a respected figure in the field of conservation, and she continues to inspire others to take action for the future of the Solomon Islands.

Adjany Costa

Former Minister of Environment of Angola

Adjany Costa is a renowned environmentalist and former Minister of Environment of Angola. Throughout her career, she has been a dedicated advocate for the protection of the environment and the promotion of sustainable development. Costa has a strong background in environmental science and policy, and has worked tirelessly to address pressing environmental issues in Angola and beyond. Her passion for conservation and her commitment to finding innovative solutions to environmental challenges have earned her recognition and respect both locally and internationally. Costa's leadership and expertise continue to inspire others to take action towards a more sustainable future.

Surabhi Shah

Senior Policy Advisor, US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

Surabhi Shah has been working at the intersection of environmental protection and community work for three decades. At the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, she has led programs in community revitalization, environmental justice and water quality. Surabhi’s leadership in building partnerships with communities, government agencies, NGOs and the private sector was recognized by the Partnership for Public Service with the Service to America medal for “most admirable contribution to the American people”.

Andrew Fishbein

North America Government Affairs and Policy, Climeworks

Andrew Fishbein is Lead Government Affairs North America at Climeworks, a global leader in carbon dioxide removal via direct air capture (DAC) technology. Responsible for Climeworks’ policy strategy to enable deployment in the US and Canada, Andrew cultivates and manages relationships with policymakers and other key stakeholders, representing Climeworks to constituencies across the US and Canada. He was previously Head of Policy Relations at Halifax International Security Forum. He holds a M.Sc. in Energy Policy & Climate from Johns Hopkins University and a B.Sc. in Political Science from Carnegie Mellon University. He is based in Washington, DC.

Carlos Quesada

Former President, Costa Rica

Carlos Andrés Alvarado Quesada is a visionary leader and is instrumental in Costa Rica’s commitment to total decarbonization by 2050. He spearheaded efforts to phase out all carbon emissions, aiming not just for “net zero” but complete decarbonization. Under his guidance, Costa Rica has regrown vast areas of tropical rainforest, reversing deforestation trends. His dedication extends beyond national borders; he co-chairs the High Ambition Coalition for Nature and People, advocating to protect 30% of the planet’s land and oceans. His mantra, inspired by Nelson Mandela, is that seemingly impossible goals can be achieved through collective action and example-setting.

Santiago Crehueras

Former Deputy Minister for Sustainable Energy and Environment, Mexico

Santiago Crehueras has been a driving force in advancing sustainable energy practices and combating climate change. His unwavering commitment to environmental stewardship has led to significant strides in renewable energy adoption across the country. Santiago’s visionary leadership has not only improved access to clean energy but also paved the way for a more resilient and sustainable future for Mexico and the planet.

Alejandro Perellon

MD & Head of Americas, Hy24 Partners

Alejandro Perellón, MD, serves as the Head of the Americas at Hy24 Partners, a pioneering investment platform dedicated exclusively to clean hydrogen infrastructure. His impactful contributions have accelerated the global transition toward sustainable energy. Under his leadership, Hy24 has become the world’s largest investment platform focused on clean hydrogen infrastructure, with a commitment to reducing carbon emissions and advancing renewable energy technologies. Alejandro’s unwavering dedication to combating climate change has positioned Hy24 as a critical player in achieving net-zero goals by 2050.

Ari Peskoe

Director of the Electricity Law Initiative, Harvard Law School

Ari Peskoe's extensive work focuses on electricity regulation, spanning issues from rooftop solar to constitutional challenges to states’ energy laws. Through research and convening discussions, Ari has explored potential constitutional barriers to state clean energy laws, fostering critical conversations among energy market participants, constitutional experts, and state energy and environmental officials. His dedication to advancing clean energy policies positions him as a key advocate in shaping a more sustainable future.

Margaret Williams

Former Managing Director of Artic Program, WWF

Margaret Williams has dedicated over 25 years to conservation efforts in Russia and Alaska. She served as the Managing Director of the Arctic Field Program, focusing on biodiversity conservation in marine and coastal ecosystems across U.S.-Russian-Canadian boundaries. Her leadership has been instrumental in advancing sustainable energy practices and combating climate change. She also contributed significantly to WWF’s global Arctic program and served as a Member of the Polar Research Board of the National Academy of Sciences. Her insights have been featured in major news outlets, including The Washington Post, The New York Times, and Time.

Zachary Tofias

Director of Food & Waste at C40 Cities

Zachary Tofias is Director of Food and Waste at C40 Cities. His work supports C40 cities’ transition toward regenerative resource management and reducing emissions through more sustainable consumption. The Food and Waste Programme is helping cities accelerate a worldwide transition to more effective municipal solid waste management, and the implementation of comprehensive solutions that reduce carbon emissions and increase resiliency throughout the urban food system. Zach has been with the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group since 2007 in partnership with the Clinton Climate Initiative. Since 2007, Zach has worked around the world with leading cities and the private sector on developing locally relevant solutions for replicable models of making cities more sustainable. Zach has a Master’s degree in Business Administration from Cornell University and a Bachelor’s degree from Middlebury College

Dr. Afreen Siddiqi

Research Scientist at MIT

Dr. Afreen Siddiqi is a Research Scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and has formerly taught as an adjunct lecturer at Harvard Kennedy School. Her expertise is in systems modeling and simulation. Her work broadly examines couplings between water, energy, and food security, and in some of her recent work, she has developed new network approaches for studying the co-evolution of water and food production systems and new frameworks for quantifying equity in technical infrastructure performance. In addition to research, Dr. Siddiqi teaches courses on Sustainable Infrastructure and Circular Economies at MIT and engages internationally with policymakers on issues of development, technology, and the environment. Dr. Siddiqi has been a recipient of the Amelia Earhart Fellowship, Richard D. DuPont Fellowship, and the Rene H. Miller Prize in Systems Engineering. She has co-authored a book and over 120 publications in leading scientific and technical journals.

Rob Gogan

Mass Product Stewardship Council Member and Retired Harvard Waste Manager

Rob Gogan is retired from his long-term role as Recycling and Waste Manager for Harvard University. Rob leads the MassRecycle Podcast Committee, is co-chair of the Tours Committee, and sits on the Mass Product Stewardship Council. Rob’s ongoing recycling interests focus on maintaining consumers’ opportunities for recycling, establishing a culture of reuse, supporting the repair movement through his leadership of Green Acton Fixit Clinics, promoting producer responsibility, building community through sharing, and witnessing the progress of the seasons.

Cody Evans

Founding Partner, Homecoming Capital

Cody Evans is Co-Founding Parter of Homecing Capital. He has dedicated his career to our climate after nearly a decade of traditional finance experience. He started investing at Blackstone’s Private Equity Group in New York and London, after which he joined an international power developer based in South Africa. He then combined his experiences in institutional investing and entrepreneurial building to form Homecoming. He holds degrees from Harvard (BA) and Stanford (MBA). Helping correct the decades-old assumptions about society’s role in our changing climate gives Cody drive and purpose.

Nikhil Garg

General Partner, Spring Lane Capital

Nikhil Garg is a Co-Founder of Spring Lane Capital where he invests into sustainable resource opportunities. Previously, Nikhil was a Partner with Black Coral Capital (cleantech project finance, growth equity, and venture capital investments); a member of Climate Change Capital’s (carbon finance private equity); with Comcast (corporate venture capital), AOL (business development); and Bain & Co. Nikhil holds an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management where he was recognized with the McKinsey Award and a BS in Industrial Engineering from Stanford University. He is based in Boston where he resides with his wife and three children.

Giulia Laganà

Co-Director, Just Transition Centre

Giulia Laganà accrued fifteen years of experience as a migration expert before broadening her engagement to include labour rights and the climate transition - particularly in the area of food and agriculture - from 2018. She has been a senior adviser to the President of the Italian Parliament and spent five years with the United Nations and seven in private philanthropy, most recently for ClimateWorks Foundation and previously with the Open Society Foundations. Giulia has experience of advocacy, policymaking, grant management and donor relations as well as communications. An Italian national, Giulia is also part-British and part-Spanish. She speaks English, French, Italian and basic Spanish, and is based in Brussels with her two daughters.

Bonni Theriault

Chief Partnerships Office, Generation

Bonni Theriault is the Chief Partnerships Officer for Generation and is based in Boston, MA. In this role, she develops multinational collaborations with donors and corporates and leads a multimillion dollar portfolio of partnerships, which together support Generation’s global work and programs in 17 countries. She previously served as Generation’s Global Director of Employer Engagement supporting Generation’s country teams in building and sustaining strong relationships with employer partners. Prior to Generation, Bonni spent much of her career at McKinsey, as a management consultant and Professional Development manager. In addition to her work at McKinsey, Bonni served as the Marketing Director for Global Emergency Care, a non-profit global health organization dedicated to making lifesaving medical care available to all Ugandans. She also co-founded and was managing partner of Brand Power Partners, a marketing consulting firm specializing in brand.

Sangji Lee

Global Technical Specialist on NDCs, Green Economy, and Just Transition, United Nations Development Program

Sangji Lee is a global technical specialist on NDCs, Green Economy, and Just Transition with UNDP’s Climate Promise team which supports more than 120 countries in the formulation and implementation of their climate pledges under the Paris Agreement. Within the team, she spearheads UNDP’s thought leadership and country support for integrating just transition into short term and long-term climate pledges and authored major knowledge products such as the UNDP’s flagship publication on just transition. Her work lies at the intersection of climate policy, development, and social equity, as she navigates the complex landscape of these domains. Sangji aids countries in understanding the developmental and social co-benefits of climate action by leveraging analytic frameworks and tools. Previously, she worked with UNDP Mozambique, the UNDP Global Policy Centre in Seoul, the OHCHR Regional Office in.

Cam Poole

Energy & Innovation Associate, Greater New Orleans, Inc.

Cameron (Cam) Poole is the Energy & Innovation Associate at Greater New Orleans, Inc. (GNO, Inc.) – the regional economic development organization for Southeast Louisiana. In this role, Cam supports the H2theFuture initiative led by GNO, Inc., which received $50M from the U.S. EDA and $24M from the State of Louisiana to support clean hydrogen solutions in the region with a focus on workforce development, research, and public-private collaboration with 25+ entities from Lake Charles to New Orleans. Cam manages the GNOwind Alliance program, whose membership of 250+ entities from across the offshore wind supply chain share a vision for Louisiana’s potential as a center for offshore wind innovation, development, and power-to-x solutions.