Sustainable Energy Fund Seeking New Board Member to Join the Board of Directors

ALLENTOWN, PA., August 2, 2018– Sustainable Energy Fund is currently seeking to appoint a new board member for the organization’s Board of Directors.

Sustainable Energy Fund is seeking an experienced and passionate professional who lives or works in the 29-county area comprising the PPL rate territory to fill a vacant board seat. Ideal candidates should share a commitment to the Sustainable Energy Fund mission and a desire to work collaboratively. Interested and qualified candidates should send a cover letter and resume via e-mail to [email protected] or via mail to Sustainable Energy Fund, 4110 Independence Dr., Suite 100, Schnecksville, PA 18078.

“Sustainable Energy Fund is excited at the prospect of adding a new professional to our team of Directors,” said John Costlow, president and CEO of Sustainable Energy Fund. “We are looking forward to the added expertise a new voice will bring to our organization.”

Candidate resumes will be reviewed by the SEF Board of Directors and selected candidates will be invited for an interview. The selected candidate’s appointment will be approved by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission. All candidates are subject to a criminal background check.

To learn more about the organization and for information regarding the desired qualifications needed to be considered for candidacy to SEF’s Board of Directors, please visit or contact Sustainable Energy Fund at 610-264-4440.

About Sustainable Energy Fund

Sustainable Energy Fund (SEF), a nonprofit organization, assists energy users in overcoming financial, educational and regulatory barriers to a sustainable energy future. SEF provides a variety of services including financing energy conservation, energy efficiency and renewable energy projects; educating the leaders of today and tomorrow to create a passion for sustainable energy; and representing the interests of energy conservation, energy efficiency and renewable energy in proceedings before the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission. Visit