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October 18, 2002

Ruderman named deputy director at
Governor’s energy office

 CONCORD-The Governor’s Office of Energy and Community Services (ECS) this week announced the promotion of Jack K. Ruderman, formerly energy policy director, to deputy director of the agency.

Ruderman will oversee the day-to-day operation of the agency, which administers several programs, including Weatherization, the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), Rebuild New Hampshire, Industries of the Future, Energy Codes, the Granite State Clean Cities Coalition, and the Building Energy Conservation Initiative.

He will also be involved in the preparation of the state’s first 10 year energy plan, as well regulatory and legislative activities.

Formerly a criminal defense lawyer in Nashua, Ruderman joined the staff at ECS in 1997 as the energy program manager for the biomass and alternative fuels programs. He was responsible for establishing the State’s Alternative Fuel Vehicles program.

In 1998, he became energy policy director, responsible for all energy efficiency, renewable energy, and alternative fuel programs.

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