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- Head of C-PACE Programs and New Products
About Genevieve Sherman
Genevieve is motivated to help commercial property owners transform our buildings infrastructure to affordable, clean, energy efficient resources. As the Head of C-PACE Programs and New Products, Genevieve leads Greenworks’ geographic expansion with commercial PACE transactions now funded in ten states.
Genevieve spearheaded the design and implementation of Connecticut’s newly created C-PACE program at the Connecticut Green Bank from 2012 -2014 and was its Director from 2015-2016. Genevieve drove the growth of the program from 6 to over 115 communities, directly originated and facilitated over $100 million in financing, and designed Connecticut’s open-market platform for private lenders.
Genevieve also led the Green Bank’s financing and policy efforts surrounding grid modernization, storage, and microgrids. Prior to joining the Green Bank, Genevieve consulted with Clean Energy Solutions Inc., Earth Markets, and HR&A Advisors to design and operate state and utility administered energy efficiency programs in the United States. Genevieve holds a Master of City Planning and Certificate in Environmental Policy from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a BA in Urban Studies from Columbia University.