Facilitated a workshop of clean energy experts in 2011 that resulted in the design of the U.S. Clean Energy Education and Empowerment (C3E) Program, fulfilling the U.S. commitment to the Clean Energy Ministerial’s C3E initiative
Assisted the U.S. Department of Energy team with program design, implementation, and management of its various activities
Maintain a cohort of approximately 35 Ambassadors
Partnered with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to conduct annual C3E Awards programs for mid-career women in clean energy and hold an annual symposium
Maintain the international online community through various social media outlets and the members-only site www.c3enet.org
Energetics developed a roadmap that describes the challenges and needs associated with successfully positioning today’s superconducting-based devices so they are more widely adopted into the power grid.
The potential benefits of high-temperature superconductivity for the electric grid were identified and evaluated.
The team collected and analyzed technical information on state-of-the-art superconducting-based electric grid projects.
Energetics coordinated the multi-contractor team that planned and implemented the 2014 peer review for this $100 million federal research and development (R&D) program, facilitating expert review of nearly 200 projects.
We produced a public report on the results of the review, including reviewer scores and comments.