Meet our Staff & Board of Directors below!

MADELEINE MINEAU
Executive Director
MIKE BEHRMANN
Director of Business Development
BRIANNA BRAND
Senior Program Director
MELISSA ELANDER
Energy Circuit Rider
HENRY HERNDON
Director of Local Energy Solutions
KELLY BUCHANAN
Director of Regulatory Affairs
EMILY ROSCOE
North Country Weatherize Coordinator
TOM BURACK
Sheehan Phinney
SUSAN GEIGER
Orr & Reno; Secretary
DANIEL CLAPP
ReVision Energy
JEFF HAYDOCK
ecoCFO; Treasurer
CHARLIE NIEBLING
INRS; Chair
KEVIN PORTER
ROC USA Capital, Vice Chair
JACK RUDERMAN
APRIL SALAS
Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College
SHERRIE TREFRY
VHB
TOM ROONEY
TRC Companies
 
 
MADELEINE MINEAU
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

BIO
Madeleine Mineau joined CENH as Executive Director in 2018. Previously, Madeleine was Waterways Manager with the City of Nashua and co-chair of the Granite State Hydropower Association. Madeleine has a BA in Biology and Environmental Policy from Colby College and a PhD from Idaho State University.​

 
MICHAEL BEHRMANN
DIRECTOR OF BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

BIO

Michael Behrmann is the co-owner of NH-based renewable energy company Revolution Energy. Michael has a BS in Environmental Conservation from the University of New Hampshire and a Masters in Environmental Law from Vermont Law School.

 
BRIANNA BRAND
SENIOR PROGRAM DIRECTOR

BIO

Brianna Brand is Senior Program Director with Clean Energy NH. Her work included managing membership relations with the organization's individual, business, and municipal members, providing policy and regulatory support, and managing the organization's events and conferences, including the popular annual Local Energy Solutions Conference. She also leads the organization's work on electric vehicles under the program Drive Electric NH. Prior to joining Clean Energy NH, Brianna worked with the NH Public Utilities Commission's Sustainable Energy Division. She has a Bachelor of Science from the University of New Hampshire.

 
HENRY HERNDON
DIRECTOR OF LOCAL ENERGY SOLUTIONS

BIO

Henry is committed to working with New Hampshire's cities, towns, and Local Energy Committees to advance 21st century energy solutions across the Granite State. Prior to joining Clean Energy NH, Henry worked as a community organizer with the Seacoast Energy Hub where he designed and executed Energize 360, a public-private-partnership marketing campaign promoting energy efficiency and renewable energy in 12 municipalities. The six-month campaign catalyzed millions of dollars of investment in NH's clean energy economy. Henry has three years of experience intervening in NH Public Utilities Commission dockets relating to Energy Efficiency, Net Metering, and Electric Grid Modernization. Henry has a Master's of Science in Natural Resources and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of New Hampshire.

 
KELLY BUCHANAN
DIRECTOR OF REGULATORY AFFAIRS

BIO

Kelly joined Clean Energy NH as Director of Regulatory Affairs in 2020. She represents the interests of Clean Energy NH and its members in regulatory proceedings at the NH Public Utilities Commission and in other venues. Previously, Kelly was the Advocacy Program Coordinator at NH LAKES, where she specialized in government relations and research. Kelly has a BA in Environmental Studies with a minor in Political Science from the University of Colorado at Boulder.

 
MELISSA ELANDER
NORTH COUNTRY ENERGY CIRCUIT RIDER

BIO

Melissa Elander worked as an Energy Auditor and Weatherization Project Manager in the North Country of New Hampshire before joining Clean Energy NH.  She has a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Plymouth State University and a Master's of Arts in Natural Resources and Sustainable Development from American University.  

 
EMILY ROSCOE
NORTH COUNTRY
WEATHERIZE COORDINATOR

BIO

Emily Roscoe was hired by Clean Energy New Hampshire as the North Country Weatherize Coordinator for Coos County. She will be providing education and awareness about NH Saves energy efficiency programs, such as the residential Home Performance with Energy Star (HPwES), through coordinating “Weatherize Campaigns'. These campaigns are community programs that also increase access to energy efficiency measures that help lower homeowners' energy bills, improve comfort inside the home, and stimulate local economic activity.