LOWELL, MASS. – Feb. 10, 2016 – TRC Companies, Inc. is pleased to announce the election of Carmen Henrikson, Associate Vice President of Energy Services in Oakland, California, to the Board of Directors of the California Energy Efficiency Industry Council (Efficiency Council). Henrikson will serve on the Board’s 2016 Executive Committee as Treasurer.
“As a long-standing member and supporter of the Efficiency Council, TRC can attest to the extraordinary value and strong voice this organization provides its members,” Henrikson said. “I am honored to join the Board and work with our energy allies to advance the Council’s inspiring vision over the next several years.”
The Efficiency Council is California’s primary business voice for the energy efficiency and demand response industries. It represents member companies through support for efficiency policies, programs and technologies that foster sustainable jobs, long-term economic vitality, stable and reasonably priced energy systems and environmental improvement for all Californians.
With integrated business development, energy policy and program delivery experience, Henrikson will work with the Board to implement the Efficiency Council’s recently adopted Strategic Plan. Henrikson’s career in California’s energy efficiency and demand response industry includes 15 years of collaborating with investor-owned utilities, public agencies and industry allies in a rapidly changing energy environment. She holds both an MBA from the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business and an MSc in Natural Resource Policy as part of the University of Michigan’s Erb Institute.
About the Efficiency Council
Formed in 2009, the California Energy Efficiency Industry Council (Efficiency Council) is a 501 (c)(6) trade association representing non-utility businesses that provide energy efficiency and demand response services and products in California. The Efficiency Council brings the business voice to regulatory, legislative and policy forums throughout the state to promote energy efficiency and demand response.