ARLINGTON, Va., December 8, 2022—Cadmus, a leading provider of technical and strategic expertise to governments, energy utilities, and private sector companies worldwide, announced Christina Becker-Birck, Cadmus’ vice president of international programs, has been appointed to the U.S. Department of Commerce’s seventh charter of its Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Advisory Committee (REEEAC).
Becker-Birck is a recognized leader in the clean energy, climate resilience, and international development spaces. She has over 15 years of experience working closely with national governments, financial institutions, and companies in jurisdictions around the world on strategies and programs to reduce private sector investment barriers. She possesses deep expertise in the North American, Caribbean, and African markets.
“The United States clean energy sector brings a broad and diverse array of technologies, capabilities, and creative solutions which all play a critical role in helping to achieve global climate goals,” said Becker-Birck. “The committee brings together the field’s leading private sector experts dedicated to strengthening the export competitiveness of our nation’s clean energy sector. I am honored to be appointed to support this important work.”
REEEAC is the only federal advisory committee focused on the export competitiveness of the United States renewable energy and energy efficiency sector. Through the committee, Becker-Birck will be advising the secretary of commerce on the development and administration of programs and policies to advance these goals. Terry Fry, senior vice president of energy services at Cadmus, served as an appointed advisor on REEEAC from 2010 to 2022.
“Christina’s exceptional insights on clean energy and resilience policy have benefitted our clients and communities around the world,” said President and CEO Ian Kline. “Her meaningful contributions with REEEAC will support the long-term growth of the United States’ clean energy economy.”
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