Donnie Fowler

Clean Tech Strategist

As a clean tech strategist, Donnie Fowler draws from his vast experience working at the state and national level on the presidential campaigns of Bill Clinton, Wes Clark, and Barack Obama. He also worked as a Clinton White House staffer, as a liaison to Congress for presidential appointments, and as a presidential appointee at the Federal Communications Commission where he dealt with broadband Internet, cable television, and satellite issues. Fowler was Al Gore's national field director during the 2000 presidential campaign, managing the in-state political operations for Gore's victory over Bill Bradley for the Democratic nomination and the popular vote victory over George W. Bush in the general election.



Energy and the Election

October 9, 2012
High gasoline prices, hydraulic fracturing and the Keystone XL Pipeline have kept energy in the headlines. How will that play this election cycle?...

Power Poll

April 19, 2012
"When Americans step into the voting booth, what influences their decisions on energy issues? Join us as we explore public attitudes underlying...