Scott Burger

Scott Burger is a first year Technology and Policy student researching distributed energy technologies and the role of the electric power industry in energy technology innovation. Before joining MIT, Scott was an Analyst focused on global downstream PV markets for GTM Research, a leading solar market research and consulting firm based in Boston, MA. Before GTM Research, Scott acted as the Director of Engineering for Circular Energy, a solar PV engineering, procurement and construction firm based out of Austin, TX. Scott holds a B.S. Cum Laude in Chemical Engineering from Washington University in St. Louis where he researched particulate matter created during oxy-coal combustion. Scott is excited to work with the Clean Energy Prize team to highlight and develop the ground breaking start ups emerging on university campuses across the country and to help grease the wheels of energy innovation. – See more at: http://cep.mit.edu/about-us/organizing-team/#sthash.lxVhMhXA.dpuf

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