White House Chronicle: The Greening of a Utility

Guidehouse discusses Green Mountain Power’s success in sustainability with its outgoing CEO

Guidehouse has partnered with White House Chronicle to produce a twelve-part television series featuring interviews with industry leaders on the overarching topics of climate change, resiliency, sustainability, and new technologies.

In episode two, Mary Powell, outgoing CEO and president of Green Mountain Power, and Jan Vrins, global energy, sustainability, and industry leader at Guidehouse, discussed with host Llewellyn King the greening of the Vermont utility and how it is helping to lead the energy industry transformation.  

The trio discussed how Powell grew Green Mountain Power from having $500 million in assets to $2.5 billion, and how it has taken big strides to become more sustainable, with a goal of 100 percent renewables by 2030. Vrins and Powell also talked about where they see the utility industry heading as it evolves to become more customer-centric, decentralized, and renewables-focused.

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