Ebo Entsuah manages AEE’s legislative and regulatory engagement in Florida and supports legislative and regulatory engagement in Virginia and Illinois. In his role as principal, Ebo identifies, analyzes, and organizes educational and relationship-building activity at state capitols and Public Utility Commissions to accelerate the growth of advanced energy. Before joining AEE, Ebo worked as legislative staff to a Florida Congressman, working on space, energy, commerce, and higher education, and as a policy fellow for an advocacy firm in Washington, D.C. He also taught English as a Second Language. Ebo currently serves on the Planning and Zoning Board of the city of Clermont, FL, his hometown. 

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