Dylan Voorhees is stepping down as as the climate and clean energy director for the Natural Resources Council of Maine, leaving the organization after 14 years to work at a clean energy nonprofit group in Maine.

“In his time at NRCM, Dylan has become a valued expert and leader in Maine and beyond on climate and clean energy issues,” Lisa Pohlmann, CEO of the council, said in a statement Thursday. “He is widely respected by lawmakers, regulators and advocates for his knowledge, calm presence and ability to transform vision into effective policy.”

Friday will be the last day at NRCM for Voorhees, whose new job will be with the nonprofit Vermont Energy Investment Corp. A search is underway for his successor.

Correction: This story was updated at 1 p.m. Friday April 3, 2020 to indicate that Voorhees is staying in Maine.


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