Our Team

Diego Lopez

Executive Director

Diego Lopez joined Northern Colorado Clean Cities (NCCC) as a Co-Coordinator in August 2018. Lopez now serves as the executive director for Northern Colorado Clean Cities.

He is responsible for strategic planning, stakeholder services, education and outreach, public relations, and infrastructure development programs.

Lopez has 7 years of experience in the energy and transportation industry and completed a bachelor’s degree focused in environmental sciences and geography with a minor in physics from the University of Colorado Denver.

With experience as an energy and transportation advisor with a demonstrated history of working with consumers, businesses, municipalities, utilities, and fleets, Lopez is available to assist coalition stakeholders with project development, technical workshops, locating funding opportunities, and supporting funding proposals.

  • Favorite Book: Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, by Douglas Adams
  • Favorite Meal: Grandmothers homemade mole
  • Favorite Hobbies: Olympic (sabre) fencing, flying drones, cooking

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Jason V. Green

Program Manager

Jason V. Green joined Northern Colorado Clean Cities (NCCC) in 2022 after serving as an Energy Advisor and Operations Specialist for CLEAResult where he helped home owners and business save money on energy efficiency and net-zero solutions.

He now serves as the Program Manager responsible for several projects, including serving as a ReCharge Coach under the Colorado Energy Office’s ReCharge Colorado program. He also attends industry events representing NCCC, connects with industry partners, and participates in continuous learning opportunities to stay up to date on market developments.

With experience working for rural and at-risk non-profits, Jason is proficient at communicating with a wide range of stakeholders.

  • Favorite Book: Illusions, by Richard Bach
  • Favorite H2O: Eldorado Springs!
  • Favorite Hobbies: Tinkering/Making

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Desiree Moore


Desiree Moore joined Northern Colorado Clean Cities (NCCC) July 2021 as an intern. She is going into her fourth year of college at Colorado State University, majoring in Wildlife Biology and plans to minor in zoology and sustainable energy.

She is responsible for helping with communication content, attending different events, and learning as much as she can!

Desiree has taken courses at Colorado State University that have sparked her interest in sustainable energy and helped her to pursue an internship with NCCC. Although there is more she needs to learn, she is ready for everything NCCC has to offer.

  • Favorite Book: The Giver by Lois Lowry
  • Favorite Meal: Thanksgiving ham and potatoes
  • Favorite Hobbies: Different arts and crafts, hiking, tennis

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Lacey Allor


Lacey joined NCCC as an intern in the Summer of 2021 through the She’s in Power Program whose purpose is to inspire women who will be tomorrow’s clean energy leaders. She was later offered a position as an intern for the Clean Cities University Workforce Development Program (CCUWDP).

After taking a semester abroad to Denmark, she returned to her position as a CCUWDP intern where she learns about public outreach, alternative fueled vehicles, and much more!

She currently attends Colorado State University where she is studying Natural Resource Management with a minor in sustainable energy.

Her career goals involve working with sustainable energy technologies and she dreams of contributing her skills and knowledge to aid in the fight against climate change. She welcomes all conversations and loves engaging with people from all backgrounds.

  • Favorite Book: Fall of Giants by Ken Follett
  • Favorite Meal: Philly Cheesesteak
  • Favorite Hobbies: Learning, meeting new people, playing volleyball and tennis

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