A former legislator from Washington has been selected to the leadership council for the Iowa Conservative Energy Forum. Former state representative and senator Sandy Grenier is a member of the board of directors of the newly formed nonprofit organization. The Iowa Conservative Energy Forum hopes to improve clean energy throughout the Hawkeye State. A big piece of that, according to Grenier, is educating people on the growing needs of clean energy. The council is lead by 23 Iowans from all over the state with different backgrounds and perspectives. The group is made up of former legislators like Greiner, as well as public affairs executives, conservative activists, and political consultants.