PORT WASHINGTON, Wis., July 12, 2022- Franklin Energy, a leading provider of end-to-end energy management solutions and products for utilities and state and local municipalities, announced today that Terry Sobolewski has been appointed chief executive officer. Sobolewski succeeds Jim Madej, who served as CEO since July 2020.
“I’m thrilled to be leading Franklin Energy through the nation’s opportunity-rich clean energy transition,” said Sobolewski. “We have a national team of energy experts that are passionate about delivering the best solutions for every client. I am proud of our work we undertake to reduce residential and commercial energy use, decarbonize the environment, and create jobs and significant local economic activity.”
Sobolewski formerly served as the company’s Chief Operating Officer. Prior to that, he was the President of National Grid Rhode Island and an executive at General Electric.
“Our employees performed with great agility and perseverance during the pandemic,” said Madej. “Their impressive work means the company is well-positioned for growing its impact in the post-pandemic years immediately ahead. Terry is an exceptional colleague, energy visionary, and leader, and I am confident that he’ll continue to inspire our community of energy experts.”
About Franklin Energy
Franklin Energy delivers end-to-end sustainable energy management solutions through a portfolio of intelligent products and services that lowers costs, reduces carbon and waste, and grows stronger communities and local economies. Franklin Energy is committed to achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2025, protecting our communities and planet while building a brighter, more sustainable future.