Greg Ohadoma joins OER as Energy Justice Manager

Published Date
March 2023

Greg Ohadoma joined OER recently as our Energy Justice Manger responsible for ensuring OER programs are equitable, accessible and inclusive. We are thrilled to welcome him to our team and asked him to introduce himself to our readers.

Greg Ohadoma
Greg Ohadoma

Please tell us about your background?

I have experience in both energy policy and outreach. Before joining the office, I worked with the Northeast Clean Energy Council, Green Energy Consumers Alliance, RISE Engineering and have interned with Senator Sheldon Whitehouse.

What led you to work at OER?

In 2016, 
I was fortunate enough to work as an intern with OER and thoroughly enjoyed my time here. Working with the office parked my interest in clean energy policy and programs. I went on to work at various roles in the clean energy industry. When I saw an opportunity open up at OER to work in Energy Justice, something that’s very personal to me, I couldn’t pass it up.

What do you see as the biggest opportunity for Rhode Island in adopting clean energy?

In my opinion, the biggest opportunity for Rhode Island in adopting clean energy is its size. We not only have the opportunity to be leaders, but also to set the example for the rest of the country to follow.

Name: Gregory Ohadoma
Job Title: Energy Justice Manager
Hometown: Norwalk, CT
Favorite Food: Pizza
Favorite hobby and/or sport: Music production & football
Ideal Vacation: A cruise around the Mediterranean