TRIPLE DECKER DESIGN CHALLENGE & “CLEAN ENERGY LIVES HERE” CAMPAIGN
Beverly Craig explains MassCEC’s Triple Decker Design Challenge, a call for scalable models for decarbonizing triple decker buildings in Boston. This challenge includes scoring, voting, prizes, and a tool for builders.
Jacqueline Guyol introduces the “Clean Energy Lives Here” campaign targeted at raising awareness around building electrification. She discusses MassCEC’s promotional campaign along with ways everybody can join the effort.
The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) is a state economic development agency dedicated to accelerating the growth of the clean energy sector across the Commonwealth to spur job creation, deliver statewide environmental benefits and to secure long-term economic growth for the people of Massachusetts. MassCEC works to increase the adoption of clean energy while driving down costs and delivering financial, environmental, and economic development benefits to energy users and utility customers across the state.
Learn more about MassCEC here.
Learn more about the Clean Energy Lives Here campaign.
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS
Senior Program Manager, Low & Moderate Income Programs
Beverly Craig, LEED AP, manages the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center’s Low and Moderate Income programs including the Low Income Challenge Program and the Affordable Clean Residential Energy Program, which pairs installation of Air Source Heat Pumps with Solar PV in low income households. She also manages an incentive program for new construction affordable houses called the Passive House Design Challenge. Ms. Craig comes from a background in implementing energy efficiency and renewables at non-profit Homeowner’s Rehab Inc., which has reduced its affordable housing portfolio’s carbon footprint by 22% and installed nine PV systems and five solar hot water systems. Ms. Craig holds a BA from the University of Southern California and an MPP from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government.
Program Administrator on the Clean Heating & Cooling team
Jacqueline Guyol is a Program Administrator, Building Decarbonization where she works on rebate programs, the community-based outreach program HeatSmart Mass, and supports other strategic initiatives on the team. She also works on MassCEC’s Triple Decker Design Competition and Clean Energy Lives Here, MassCEC’s public awareness campaign to educate homeowners about transitioning their home to clean energy. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Environmental Studies from Hamilton College.