Jason Hartke was named President of the Alliance to Save Energy in 2018, bringing more than a decade of leadership experience in energy efficiency and sustainability.
Prior to joining the Alliance, Hartke oversaw the Department of Energy’s efforts to advance and accelerate energy efficiency in commercial buildings, a sector that accounts for nearly 20 percent of the nation’s energy consumption. Hartke led the roughly $30 million program, working closely with national laboratories and partners in industry to develop and deploy innovative solutions, strategies and technologies aimed at unlocking significant energy savings. Hartke received his Ph.D. in public policy from George Mason University. He holds his master’s degree in journalism and mass communication from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.