Volt Energy Utility, LLC Selects Yinka Bode-George to Lead the Solar Developer’s Environmental Justice Community Impact Program

WASHINGTON, November 23, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Volt Energy Utility LLC, www.voltenergyutility.com, a minority-owned solar energy development company that develops, funds, and operates large utility-scale solar projects, is pleased to announce the hiring of Yinka Bode-George as a senior manager, environmental justice and community impact. Yinka will lead the strategy and management of the environmental justice and community impact practice for Volt Energy Utility. She will administer programs related to Volt’s Environmental Justice Power Purchase Agreement (EJPPA), which generates funds through utility-scale solar projects that support environmental and justice programs nationwide.

“As an environmental health advocate, Yinka has earned an excellent reputation for promoting environmental justice and sustainable development through public order and community building,” said Volt CEO Gilbert Campbell. “It will help our corporate clients meet their clean energy goals as well as support their mission to support programs that focus on environmental health, equity and access to the clean energy industry.”

Prior to joining Volt’s team, Yinka led the Environmental Health Program for the National Caucus of Environmental Legislators. In this role, she supported environmental health and justice policy at the state level by procuring and organizing a national network of state legislators for zero waste and circular economy solutions, protection against toxic chemicals and sustainable agricultural policy.

Yinka served as Public Policy & Program Manager for the Maryland Philanthropy Network, where she has opportunities for Maryland Philanthropists to improve the conditions of the community. She was a program manager for the Maryland Environmental Health Network, where she promoted guidelines for promoting environmental health and justice for all Marylanders.

Yinka is a member of the Advisory Committee of Pattern Change Lab, a member of the Black Futures 360 Giving Circle of CLLCTIVL, and a board member of Baltimore Citys Coalition without borders.

Yinka received a BS in Environmental Science and a BA in Public Health from the University of Maryland Baltimore County and Master of Health Science in Environmental Health from the Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health.

Volt Energy Utility, LLC www.voltenergyutility.com is a minority-owned solar energy development company that develops, finances, and operates utility solar projects. Volt Energy Utility is an environmental, social and governance (ESG) driven renewable energy company that works with clients in the public and private sectors to drive the convergence of carbon, diversity, equity and inclusion, and other ESGs – Aims to support. Our mission is to offer utility-scale solar projects that meet our customers’ future clean energy needs and goals and fuel the renewable sector with a pipeline of diverse companies and talented employees.

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SOURCE Volt Energy Utility LLC

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