|Name||Kevin L. Wade|
|Address||137 E 3rd St |
New Castle, Delaware , United States
Jul 10, 2012 01:04pm
|Info||In 2006 Mr. Wade was the Project Manager for the “Delaware E-Team” a non-partisan volunteer group of 300+ citizens of all backgrounds. The Delaware E-Team advocated for statewide public policy to rapidly transition away from imported oil based vehicle fuels and toward locally produced renewable fuels. |
He authored a brief outlining the present fuel needs, renewable biomass capacity, fuel production processes, projected costs and community benefits of ethanol. This brief was entitled, “Delaware Leadership for the Emerging Ethanol Economy.”
Mr. Wade appeared as the opening witness before the Blue Ribbon Task Force on Biofuels (HCR 70). This task force consisted of senior members of the Delaware House and Senate and included leaders of key statewide departments. The hearings continued for a period of 5 days in House Chambers. Mr. Wade’s presentation and follow on testimony under questioning are recorded in the published proceedings of the task force.
For these efforts, Mr. Wade received the formal Tribute of the Delaware House of Representatives signed by all 41 members, Republican and Democrat.
Kevin Wade has had op-ed articles published in the “Community Voices” column of the Wilmington News-Journal. These contributions were in support of biofuels, energy independence and the resulting lift to our common security and prosperity.
In 2007, Mr. Wade became Chairman of the 17th Rep District and joined the GOP State Committee.
A Day in Old New Castle - Mr. Wade was a past Co-Chair of “A Day in Old New Castle.” The DIONC is the longest running home and garden tour in the United States. During his 4-year term on the committee he raised record funds soliciting patrons and sponsors for the event’s guidebook.
New Castle Library Friends - Mr. Wade is a committee member. He designs and maintains the web site for promotion and fund raising for the benefit of the town library.
Arasapha Garden Club - Mr. Wade is web master for the long-standing garden club in the town of New Castle.