Katherine Hamilton is Chair of 38 North Solutions, a public policy consultancy specializing in clean energy and innovation. Her firm also manages a non-profit organization, Project for Clean Energy and Innovation. Previously, she ran the GridWise Alliance, was policy director to the Energy Storage Association, and served as an advisor for Good Energies, a private equity company with a clean energy portfolio. Katherine directed American Bioenergy Association, developing renewable portfolio standards in states legislatures, including Maryland and New Jersey. When at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), Katherine worked in buildings research and government relations. Katherine spent a decade at an investor-owned utility, designing electrical systems for commercial and residential developments. Katherine holds degrees from Cornell University and the Sorbonne. She was appointed an Ambassador to the Secretary of Energy’s C3E Program under the Clean Energy Ministerial; is a co-host of The Energy Gang podcast through Greentech Media; serves as President of the Board of GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic, and is Co-Chair of the World Economic Forum’s Global Future Council on the Future of Energy.
Don’t just join the conversation, lead the conversation
Throughout the year we hear it all the time, in technical workshops, committee hearings, or at other conferences, you might have heard it too; “Last year at the REV conference…” Hearing this time-and-again serves as a reminder of why the Renewable Energy Vermont Conference & Expo is so important. This year, we invite you to be a part of the ongoing buzz around New England’s energy transformation.
The theme of REV2018 is “REVitalize: Transforming Energy Further, Faster, Together.” On October 18th & 19th leaders in energy, policy, finance, and planning will come together in Burlington, Vermont to share, learn, and network, around revitalizing our clean energy transformation. RFPs are due: All RFPs must be submitted by May 20th. Topics of Interest: Comprehensive energy planning, codes, renewable integration, grid modernization, transportation electrification, digital / internet of things, renewable heating, carbon pricing, federal and state policy, solar, wind, advanced wood heating, energy efficiency, energy storage, customer engagement.