About Ashley Muspratt

Ashley Muspratt, President, joined CET in 2018. In her previous role as Director of Innovation, Ashley spearheaded novel building decarbonization services, wasted food solutions, and financing opportunities for customers and partners. She has broad experience with the organization’s nation-leading wasted food programming, building sector decarbonization, and deconstruction. Ashley assumed the role of president in 2022, and as CET’s leader is deeply engaged in strategic planning, implementing diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives, and expanding the breadth and efficacy of programs through operations, communications, and fundraising. Ashley has a long track-record as a leader and innovator. Prior to joining CET, she founded and lead a waste-to-energy startup in sub-Saharan Africa, which converted human fecal sludge into industrial fuel. The company’s investors included the Gates Foundation, USAID, and the French Development Agency and was widely recognized for reinventing the economics of urban sanitation in low-income countries. Ashley has an MS in Environmental Engineering and PhD in Energy and Resources from the University of California, Berkeley.

Report: Carbon-Based Utility Incentives for Efficiency and Electrification Measures

By |2022-11-15T10:30:58-05:00November 15th, 2022|Energy Efficiency, Energy Savings|

Carbon-Based Incentives: Aligning Utility Incentives with the Decarbonization Impacts of Efficiency and Electrification Measures Ashley Muspratt1, Patrick Collins2, and Bill Bullock3 1Center for EcoTechnology, 2Shrewsbury Electric and Cable Operations, 3Massachusetts Municipal Wholesale Electric Company Electric utilities are key player in the decarbonization of our economy.  They procure energy and determine the extent to

Utility Led Acceleration of Residential Efficiency & Electrification Retrofits

By |2023-10-25T13:30:11-04:00August 16th, 2022|Energy Efficiency, Energy Savings, Innovation, Leadership, Uncategorized|

A Feasibility Study of Tariffed On-Bill Financing in Ipswich, Massachusetts Ashley Muspratt1 and Jon Blair2 1Center for EcoTechnology, 2Ipswich Electric Light Department Imagine your utility told you they wanted to invest in state-of-the-art technology for your home. No taking on debt, no credit checks, no matter if you're a renter, and no matter

Decarbonizing Our Community

By |2022-08-15T16:36:39-04:00August 11th, 2022|Buildings, Climate Change, EcoBuilding Bargains, Energy Efficiency, Energy Savings, Farm Energy, Green for Business, Health & Safety, Innovation, Reused Building Materials, Uncategorized|

The Community Climate Fund CET is wrapping up our third year of deploying our Community Climate Fund (CCF). The CCF is a vehicle for regional institutions and businesses to sponsor local, high-impact carbon reduction projects that help accelerate a just and equitable transition to the low-carbon economy. The fund started

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