SEI is spotlighting our amazing Climate Corps Fellows who have been working to protect our climate through a wide range of sustainability initiatives. This week we are highlighting Noah Cordoba, Energy Efficiency and Building Electrification Fellow at East Bay Community Energy.
What is the most important skill or lesson that you have learned during your fellowship?
The most important set of skills I've learned during my fellowship relate to being able to understand and propose solutions to decarbonizing buildings. This is a new area of work for me and I'm endlessly fascinated.
If you were a sustainable technology or item, which one would you be and why?
It quickly identifies me as a "building nerd" but I would have to say a heat pump. They're such a gold standard piece of sustainable tech that I'm excited to see become the conventional option.
Climate Corps, a flagship program of SEI, is a bridge-to-career Fellowship program that recruits and places rising climate professionals with local governments, non-profits, educational institutions, and for-profit partners to implement climate change mitigation and resiliency projects.
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