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Laine Kendall

Senior Software Engineer
Q: Why did you come to EnergyHub?
A: I wanted to work at the intersection of climate and technology, and EnergyHub is a great place to do that.
Q: How does working here align with your values?
A: I want to stop the climate crisis and EnergyHub is working on that. I also think EnergyHub shares my values of ethical and humane working conditions.
Q: What do you do in your spare time?
A: When I'm not working, I like to play music, hang out with friends, run with my dog and go to movies.
I wanted to work at the intersection of climate and technology, and EnergyHub is a great place to do that.
Q: How does your work impact climate change?
A: Right now I'm working on getting small battery partners into our ecosystem so that we can make the grid more reliable and sustainable. 
Q: What have you learned about climate since you've been here?
A: That grid improvements are a fantastic way to stop the climate crisis. Although it's only one piece in a very big puzzle, it is absolutely necessary.
Q: What's your advice for job seekers looking for meaningful work on climate?
A: Read books on alternative and creative methods for slowing/stopping climate change and work in a field you are talented in.
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