Seneca Environmental will be participating in Demonstrate Deploy Decarbonize 2023, a first annual gathering of senior leaders in industry and across sectors to build momentum towards demonstrating new clean energy and decarbonization technologies, deploying them at scale, and decarbonizing the U.S. economy.
About Rosana Francescato
Rosana Francescato is a Communications Consultant for Seneca Solar. She was previously Communications Director for the Clean Coalition, a clean-energy nonprofit, Sunible, an online solar marketplace, and MyDomino, an energy savings concierge service. In over 14 years at Adobe Systems, Rosana held senior technical editing and project management positions. She has written extensively on clean energy for publications like CleanTechnica, PV Solar Report, pv magazine, and Energy Central. While on the steering committee of the Local Clean Energy Alliance, Rosana helped evaluate shared renewables legislation in California. She has served on the boards of several clean-energy nonprofits and was the top individual fundraiser for the GRID Alternatives Bay Area Solarthon for 10 years in a row.
Entries by Rosana Francescato
As the Seneca Environmental team grows, we’re fortunate to have the support of an outstanding group of interns.
Seneca Environmental’s work will be featured at Climate Week NYC in the Action Speaks Summit created by IKEA in collaboration with Project Drawdown and TIME CO2.
Seneca Environmental Vice President Matt Renner will present on the panel “Finding Good Development Partners” at RE+.
Seneca Solar is changing our name to Seneca Environmental, to better reflect the breadth and scope of our work.
In this blog post for the Clean Energy Buyers Association, Christopher Johnson, Corporate Partnerships discusses how Seneca Environmental is engaging in partnership and collaboration to achieve our Earth-healing mission.
Seneca Environmental’s Business Development Director Erin Dayl presented at the Northwest Tribal Clean Energy Summit on 14 June 2023.
At Seneca Solar, we go beyond what’s standard in renewable energy projects to achieve Earth-healing benefits — we call these “+1s.” One of the ways to incorporate +1s is to site solar projects on farms, in a practice known as agrivoltaics.
Seneca Environmental was a sponsor for the groundbreaking first annual Tribal Energy Equity Summit hosted by the Indigenous Energy Initiative.
The Native solar energy development future has never looked so bright. In Solar Builder Magazine, Seneca Environmental VP Matt Renner discusses how tribally owned companies are participating in the renewable energy transition.