WARREN – In a year of transformational change, Brite Energy Innovators reports tremendous growth among members of its entrepreneur programs, clients, staff and partnerships. With a renewed national focus on an equitable, clean energy future, the demand for Brite’s services is rising, reports Rick Stockburger, president and CEO.
In 2021, he says, Brite grew its network that supports greater grid resiliency, storage capacity and electric mobility, including the supply chain around electric vehicle production at Lordstown Motors and Ultium Cells.
Following a successful youth outreach pilot program in 2021 that involved more than 1,200 students, this year Brite plans to host more workforce development programs for youth and adults interested in entering the energy technology industry, Stockburger says.
Entering its 10th year of operations, Brite employs 10.