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

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…
How to Save Energy (and Money!) During a Cold Snap
A version of this blog was originally published January 16, 2018. We may be having a relatively mild winter here in New England (so far), but this time last year saw the beginning of a series of intense “bomb cyclone” winter storms. Right now, it’s the Midwest experiencing intense winter weather, with dangerously cold temperatures…
Home Energy Solutions: Driving an Electric Car in New England
Although Elena Mihaly, a staff attorney at CLF, lives on a dirt road in Norwich, Vermont, her plug-in electric hybrid is the perfect car to commute to her office 40 miles away. “Some people think that a hybrid-electric or electric vehicle can’t handle dirt roads and has no power,” she says “But I haven’t found…
Cold Snaps Show: No New Pipelines Needed
When cold snaps hit, we all turn up our heat — using more energy than normal to both heat and power our homes. But where does this “extra” energy come from? Well, the smart folks who control our energy grid prepared for this. They plan to have surplus power available to get us through even…
Home Energy Solutions: Using Heat Pumps to Warm Your Home
When it was time to remodel their home in southern Maine, CLF’s Greg Cunningham and his wife decided they would use heat pumps – rather than oil or gas – as their main source of heat. When they bought the house, they first considered how to make it energy efficient, both to save money on…

 

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