Cleanwatts Announces Tommy Freeman as Director of Business Development and Analyst for the US market

Cleanwatts, the leading climate tech company committed to simplifying, amplifying, and accelerating the energy transition for communities around the world, presents Tommy Freeman as Director of Business Development and Analyst for the US market.

Tommy Freeman comes to Cleanwatts from Alturus with nearly a decade of experience in the Clean Energy space. His expertise includes residential and commercial solar, energy-efficiency, project finance, micro-grids, and developing community-wide electrification and efficiency programs. In Cleanwatts he will be responsible for the development of Renewable Energy Communities within Local Energy Markets around the US.

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“I couldn’t be more excited to join the team at Cleanwatts. The mission to help communities build clean, resilient, energy systems that serve their citizens at a local level is inspiring. As we move forward in the energy transition, we must take special care in building new infrastructure the right way…and the Cleanwatts Renewable Energy Community model is a prime example of what needs to be built in every community in America.” – Tommy Freeman.

This is another important decision taken by Cleanwatts to reinforce its international growth path, focused on strengthening its presence in the US market, in order to provide the best digital energy management solutions to companies and communities where it matters most: locally.

“Cleanwatts recognizes that people are the most important asset for our business, and we are delighted Tommy Freeman has joined our team leading energy communities on the journey to a more sustainable energy future with electrification which is decarbonized, digitalized and democratized.
Tommy brings over a decade of energy efficiency industry experience related to energy infrastructure of both hardware and software assets critical for community energy project development and infrastructure funding. We encourage you to contact Tommy directly for more information.” – Michael Mahan, President of Cleanwatts Americas.

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