AEE's recent announcement of Malcolm Woolf as Vice President for Government and Regulatory Affairs garnered media attention from several sources. The Baltimore Sun reports:
Malcolm D. Woolf, director of the Maryland Energy Administration for the past five years, has joined "Advanced Energy Economy," a new national business association that seeks to promote energy efficiency as well as wind, solar and nuclear power. … In a brief interview before departing, Woolf said he's particularly impressed with the growth in solar installations by businesses and on homes, which he said has helped sustain jobs for some 2,000 installers [in Maryland]. More than 8,000 Marylanders have put solar, wind or geothermal systems in their homes using state grants from his agency, he said.
The National Journal also cited Woolf's experience as director of the National Governor's Association's Natural Resources Committee.
For more information on Woolf's background and role with AEE, check out our press release.