Connecticut Governor-elect Ned Lamont has named FuelCell Energy’s Jennifer D. Arasimowicz to his Transition Team as a member of the Energy Policy Committee.
Arasimowicz is Senior Vice-President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of FuelCell Energy, a global leader in delivering clean, innovative and affordable fuel cell solutions for the supply, recovery and storage of energy.
“I am honoured for the opportunity to work with the Governor-elect’s Transition Team as it lays the groundwork for important energy policy decisions that will impact our state for years to come,” said Arasimowicz.
“Connecticut has already begun making investments in technologies that support reliable, clean energy, and I look forward to working with this talented group to explore options that will help grow our economy and create jobs in a clean and sustainable way.”
As part of the Energy Policy Committee, Arasimowicz will join a diverse group of transition advisors from sector, non-profits and government.
Connecticut has already begun making meaningful investments to support reliable, clean energy, and FuelCell Energy is committed to being part of the state’s solution as it works toward meeting energy, environmental and economic development goals.
FuelCell Energy delivers environmentally responsible fuel cell power solutions that serve universities, hospitals, industrial facilities, municipalities and utilities. These fuel cells - manufactured in Connecticut - are exported all over the world.
Arasimowicz joined FuelCell Energy in 2012 from Total Energy Corporation, where she served as General Counsel. Previously, she was a partner at Shipman & Goodwin in Hartford, chairing the Utility Law Practice Group, and began her legal career as an associate at Murtha Cullina. She earned her Juris Doctor at Boston University School of Law and holds a bachelor’s degree in English from Boston University.