Holly Lahd Joins CEEM’s Board of Directors

September 26, 2018
Clean Energy Economy MN (CEEM) is pleased to announce the addition of Holly Lahd to its Board of Directors.

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Clean Energy Economy MN (CEEM) is pleased to announce the addition of Holly Lahd to its Board of Directors. Holly is the Lead Energy Program Manager at Target Corporation, where she analyzes utility rates, policies, and emerging energy trends to advance the company’s solar, energy storage, renewable energy, and climate goals across the country. 

“It’s an honor to be joining CEEM’s Board of Directors. I’ve been watching CEEM do some incredible work at the intersection of business and policy the past few years and have been impressed with their accomplishments. I’m really excited about the direction the organization is heading and look forward to working with the other board members to further the mission of the organization,” said Holly Lahd.

Prior to joining Target, Holly applied her economic and energy expertise to direct the energy markets program at the non-profit Fresh Energy, developed the Minnesota Value of Solar methodology and analyzed utility resource plans with the Minnesota Department of Commerce. She also worked to create greenhouse gas standards with Fortune 500 companies at World Resources Institute.

“I am thrilled to welcome Holly to our Board of Directors. Her energy policy expertise as well as her experience in leading energy program efforts for Target offers invaluable knowledge to our organization. Holly is a wonderful addition to our board and I am excited for the positive impact she will have on the organization in the coming years,” said Gregg Mast, Executive Director of CEEM.

Lahd has a Bachelor of Science in Corporate Environmental Management and a Master of Science in Applied Economics from the University of Minnesota.

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