Seth Kiner | Alliance to Save Energy

Seth Kiner

The Alliance’s Leadership

Seth Kiner

Founder & Managing Principal

Seth Kiner is an executive with experience creating impact across all segments of the customer value chain for leading global, national and regional organizations. Seth is passionate about building the practice of Intelligent Sustainability. This passion is carried through both his professional work and personal life.

Most recently, Seth served as Vice President, Customer Programs & Services at Southern California Edison, a position in which he applied his marketing and consumer behavior expertise to bring together emerging technologies like electric vehicles, solar energy, emerging connected home technology and behavioral actions like conservation and energy efficiency to help consumers adopt a smarter energy lifestyle. Kiner had oversight for Southern California Edison’s energy efficiency, demand response and clean self-generation program portfolios and customer strategy, marketing, new product development and strategic alliances functions.

Prior to joining Southern California Edison, Kiner served as executive director of Marketing for KPMG, LLP. Before joining KPMG, he was vice president of Marketing for United Way of Greater Los Angeles. His career has included positions at Transamerica Corporation and several leading global advertising agencies.

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