Gail Lawlor

Gail Lawlor, President of Energy Matters, has been involved in residential energy efficiency, and water and waste conservation for over 30 years in a variety of capacities including as an air sealing contractor, indoor air quality auditor, retailer of energy products, program manager, and trainer. Presently Gail is the Project Manager for the development of Community Energy Plans for Fort Albany, Kashechewan and Attawapiskat First Nations with a focus on housing policy development, local skills capacity, creating a “culture of conservation”, and renewable energy opportunities. She is also providing technical assistance to the three communities’ Power Corporations and helping them deliver their mandated conservation programs.