Executive Director Barry Worthington talks with Fox News’ Ed Henry about the future of coal plants in America.
About the Executive Director
Barry K. Worthington is the Executive Director of the United States Energy Association (USEA). USEA serves as a bipartisan advisory organization that represents over 100 members across the energy sector, from the largest Fortune 500 companies to small energy consulting firms.
Executive Director's Statements
USEA Inducts Eight New Members Into Energy Efficiency Forum Hall of Fame
Dec 4, 2020
On Wednesday, at the 30th Annual Energy Efficiency Forum co-hosted by USEA, The Alliance To Save Energy, and Johnson Controls, eight individuals were inducted into the Energy Efficiency Forum Hall of Fame.
USEA Executive Chairperson Vicky Bailey Selected As WCEE 2020 Champion
Oct 8, 2020
Bailey To Be Honored At Virtual Event On October 15
USEA Announces Passing of Executive Director Barry Worthington
Aug 15, 2020
It is with profound grief, we announce the death of our executive director, Barry Worthington, who passed away Friday at his home in Maryland.
USEA Chief: Infrastructure Improvement Will Get Much-Needed Momentum Thanks To New NEPA Rule
Jul 15, 2020
Washington, D.C. – Today, the Trump administration streamlined the way federal and state agencies will assess the environmental impact of proposed critical infrastructure projects, a new process that includes better engagement with the public and Native American tribes.
USEA Chief Says When Pipeline Projects Shutdown, All Americans Lose, Global Poverty Increases
Jul 8, 2020
Two major energy pipeline projects, which would have carried essential fuel from oil and gas fields to population centers in the Southeast and the Midwest, were shut down this week.