Clean Energy Transition Team

Tom Bonner 
Ann Dyer 
Vicki Laubach 
Kathy McDevitt 
Ashley Miscevich

Kirk Reinbold 
Dave Weber 

Board of Supervisors Liaison: Sara Shick

Contact: Questions, comments or to become part of an event or any project, contact

The West Vincent Clean Energy Transition Team (WVCETT) was formed (Resolution 12-2020) to create and enact a plan to evaluate current municipal and community energy use and create a roadmap (the Clean Energy Transition Plan) for the transition.  

The plan is evolving and continues to be revised based on advances in renewable energy technologies, progress, priorities, and regional changes.


The CETT collaborates with township residents, WV township staff and committees, and other municipal teams and organizations to encourage and assist with energy conservation and transition consistent with the Chester County’s Climate Action Plan and the Phoenixville Regional Planning Commission (PRPC) comprehensive plan.


The team maintains open communication with residents and local businesses, providing avenues for community involvement and informed decision-making.


Please send questions and comments regarding the team and transition effort to

Resolution 12-2020 Supporting 100% Renewable Energy Future by 2050


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Latest Local Events and Updates

Local Events: 

Pennsylvania Solar Center

Watts and Learn: Webinar Series


Solar Made Easy for Communities:
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Friday, July 22, 2022

12:00 p.m. – 1:15 p.m.


Chester County Planning Commission news -- the Chester County Climate Action Plan adopted by County Commissioners on October 7, 2021. The plan identifies the County's objectives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and increase energy efficiency and the role of local government in the process.

Vision Partnership Plan Grant Award - April 2021


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