Chase oversees a portfolio of federally-funded and utility-sponsored weatherization and energy efficiency programs designed to serve low-income, elderly, disabled, veteran, and other energy burdened residential households. He and his team coordinate with state offices, electric and gas utilities, local government officials, subcontractors, and trade allies to deliver services safely and effectively, serving more than 13,000 households since 2015. He is a Certified Energy Manager, licensed Virginia Residential Building Energy Analyst, a fellow with the Clean Energy Leadership Institute, and was recently recognized on Energy News Network’s 2020 40 Under 40 list of clean energy leaders. Chase joined CHP Energy Solutions in 2010 after completing a B.S. in Environmental Policy & Planning at Virginia Tech.
From our roots as a volunteer organization serving housing needs in Appalachia, CHP has grown into a multi-state organization nationally recognized for our capabilities and commitment to innovation and continuous improvement. Although CHP’s footprint has greatly expanded over the decades, our mission continues to focus on creating homes and communities that are healthy, sustainable, and affordable.