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WASHINGTON, D.C. (January 27, 2016) - The Environmental Markets Association (EMA) has recently appointed three new members to its Board of Directors. Dan Norfolk, Dominion, Inc.; Susan Wood, Element Markets, LLC; and Daniel Scarbrough, Carbon Trade Exchange (CTX) have joined the EMA 2016 Board of Directors.
EMA Chairman Joseph Roenbeck of PSEG welcomed the newest directors to the Board.
"I am so pleased that Dan Norfolk, Daniel Scarbrough, and Susan Wood are joining the EMA leadership as Directors. Their extensive experience working with and shaping the environmental products that are so important to our membership will be invaluable as EMA enters its 20th year. Please join me in welcoming Dan, Daniel, and Susan to the Board, and I hope you share my excitement for 2016. Please look for an updated schedule of events for the year, coming to you very soon."
Dan Norfolk is an environmental commodities trader for Dominion Resources and actively trades within the PJM Renewable Energy Credits (REC), Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) allowance, and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) emissions markets. Mr. Norfolk provides insight and market information to assist with Dominion's growing portfolio of solar power generation. He also evaluates environmental policy changes and helps in developing Dominion's plan to comply with future regulatory and environmental rules. Prior to joining Dominion, Mr. Norfolk worked for the Maryland Public Service Commission where he oversaw the states' Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) program and served as an expert witness in regulatory proceedings involving retail competition and energy efficiency.
Daniel Scarbrough has over ten years in the industry with extensive experience in environmental markets. He has assisted with the design and launch of dozens of environmental futures and options contracts, across a multitude of emission, renewable energy and renewable fuels markets while serving as Senior Vice President of Chicago Climate Futures Exchange (CCFE) and Intercontinental Exchange, Inc (ICE). Dan recently joined CTX, a global leader in environmental commodity markets, as President of CTX North America and also serves on the Board of Directors. Mr. Scarbrough is primarily responsible for driving the overall direction and development of the North American commodity business, further identifying ways to better service clients, improve operations and expand into new asset classes.
Susan Wood currently manages voluntary and compliance GHG business at Element Markets. She has been in the emissions, greenhouse gas (GHG), and renewable energy commodity and project development markets for over 20 years. Ms. Wood was an initial player in the market in 1994 through opening AirBank, one of the first emission credit brokerage companies. She has been involved in the regulatory development of the NOx OTC, NOx SIP, RGGI, and AB-32 markets, written a number of GHG offset methodologies, invested in and developed GHG and renewable energy projects in Asia and the Americas, and advised numerous companies, state governments, and industry associations on GHG and renewable energy matters. Prior to her current role, she was a Senior Advisor for Dentons law firm with a focus on environmental and clean energy business.
The Environmental Markets Association
The Environmental Markets Association (EMA) is the leading US-based trade association focused on promoting market-based solutions as the most effective strategy to combat environmental issues. EMA represents a diverse membership including large utilities, emissions brokers and traders, exchanges, law firms, project developers, consultants, academics, NGOs and government agencies - the people making environmental markets work.
Established in 1996 and currently located in Washington, DC, EMA has been serving its membership and supporters with up-to-the-minute educational programs including a quarterly Webinar series, simulcasts of Issues Forums, high level sessions and speakers at their hosted conferences and a highly acclaimed Regional Thought Leader Round Table Series. www.emahq.org