January 5, 2017
CT Green Guide

CT Power and Energy Society names new leader

The Connecticut Power and Energy Society (CPES), a Hartford-based association for Connecticut energy professionals, has named a new executive director.

Kathryn Dube succeeds Paul Brady, who retired in December after leading CPES for the past six years, the association said.

Dube is a lobbyist for the Connecticut Council of Small Towns and is also director of operations and membership for the Renewable Energy and Efficiency Business Association (REEBA).

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