Interview with Doug Houseman, Sean Morash and Scott Fisher
Doug Houseman, VP of Technical Innovation for EnerNex, has been working in the industry for more than 40 years. He started working on Demand Response and DER issues in the 1980s. He is a senior member of IEEE PES, a NIST Fellow and the lead author of the Distribution Utility Technology Roadmap. He has worked with major utilities globally over the last 20 years.
As a consultant with the EnerNex Smart Grid Engineering team, Sean Morash produces solutions through research based on a working knowledge of Smart Grid related applications, including communication technologies and protocols, advanced sensing and control, renewable energy, electrical, mechanical and information systems integration, enterprise information architecture, cyber security, information modeling, and related disciplines and methodologies. He specializes in the simplification of complex modern grid themes and systems.
Scott Fisher is Director, Market Development at EVgo, the country’s largest electric vehicle fast charging network with 800 fast charging stations in over 50 metro markets. In this role, Scott focuses on building financing partnerships with governments, utilities and automakers to expand EVgo’s DC charging station footprint across the U.S. Prior to EVgo Scott worked at PSE&G, NRG, and Booz & Co. Scott has taught “Financing the Green Economy” as an Adjunct Professor at Columbia University’s Earth Institute since 2011. He graduated from Yale School of Management holds a BA from Vassar College.
Doug Houseman, Sean Morash and Scott Fisher answer questions regarding their IEEE Smart Grid webinar. To view this webinar on-demand, click here.
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