Encore Renewable Energy President, Blake Sturcke, was recently featured on the Entrepreneurs for Impact podcast (formerly My Climate Torch) hosted by Chris Wedding. Blake discussed Encore’s strategic focus on the redevelopment of environmentally-challenged and other underutilized properties (brownfields, landfills, rooftops and parking lots) for renewable energy generation, as well as Encore’s mission focussed work as a B-Corp and deep commitment to creating an equitable and inclusive work environment and a diverse and empowered team.
Blake also had a candid conversation about how he’s handled the challenges and opportunities of his own journey having been diagnosed with bi-polar roughly fifteen years ago and what advice he’d give his younger self.
It’s an important conversation not just about the critical work our team is doing but also offers an insightful and inspiring way to think about, incorporate and take care of our mental health every day.
Background on Entrepreneurs for Impact:
Entrepreneurs for Impact is the only private mastermind community for growth-stage CEOs and investors fighting climate change. The group’s mission is to help climate leaders supercharge their impacts, share best practices, expand their networks, and reach their full potential.
The invite-only cohorts of 12 executives catalyze personal development and business growth via monthly meetings, annual retreats, a member-only Climate Investor Database, and 1:1 coaching and strategy calls.
The current Mastermind members represent over $4B in market cap or assets under management, and are influencing corporate priorities and infrastructure much bigger than that.
Peer groups are led by Dr. Chris Wedding who brings $1B+ of investment experience, 60,000+ professional students taught, 25 years of meditation, an obsession with constant improvement, and far too many mistakes to keep to himself.