Bethany Kwoka

Clean Energy Communications Associate CLF Massachusetts

Bethany Kwoka is the Clean Energy Communications Associate for Conservation Law Foundation. In this role she helps the Clean Energy and Climate Change program communicate the importance of clean energy initiatives across New England.

Before joining the team at CLF, Bethany was the Senior Editor and Blog Manager at a community-building organization, where she helped both young entrepreneurs and established professionals build their brands through online content. Previously, she worked as a copywriter, publicist and podcast creator in business-to-business PR. Bethany holds a bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Brown University.


Recent Posts

Rhode Island Rejects Invenergy: A Quick History
Late last month, Invenergy –  the Chicago-based energy company that’s been trying to build a fossil fuel power plant in the forests of Burrillville, Rhode Island since 2015 –  was denied a key permit it needs to start construction. This was a victory for CLF, for the people of Burrillville, and for everyone in New…
Why We Need to Ditch Fracked Gas Immediately
Here in New England, we rely too much on fracked gas to heat and power our homes and businesses. Some claim it’s a clean energy source. But it’s actually a dirty and dangerous fossil fuel in its own right. If we want to avoid a climate catastrophe, we need to end fossil fuel use by…
Home Energy Solutions: Investing in Rooftop Solar
Since Sean Mahoney, CLF’s Executive Vice President, and his wife put a rooftop solar panel system on their barn, they’ve noticed a huge difference in their energy bills. All told, their annual energy costs have decreased by up to 80 percent! They live in an old farmhouse in Southern Maine. During the spring and into the…
Home Energy Solutions: Saving on Gas with an Electric Car
“I like this car because of the gas money it saves me,” says CLF Staff Attorney Elena Mihaly about her plug-in electric hybrid car. Elena lives on a dirt road in Vermont and commutes 40 miles each way to to the CLF office in Montpelier. To save on gas and reduce her carbon footprint, she’s…
Why We Don’t Need to Worry About Cold Snaps in New England
It’s hardly news that temperatures in New England drop below freezing in winter. While we bundle up the kids, shiver at the bus stop, and fire up the snow-blower, our regional energy grid operator is busy doing the careful work of making sure we all have enough power to both heat our homes and keep…

 

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