Mentor in Residence
Ted is an internationally recognized expert and thought leader in government policy for clean energy and energy storage. In his most recent role, Ted led Stem at the forward edge of nearly every major storage policy development in North America of the last several years, from deployment targets and incentives to interconnection and aggregation. Before Stem, Ted was co-founder of the Clean Coalition, where he wrote or influenced dozens of bills and regulatory decisions across a range of distributed energy resources topics. Ted’s unique ability to bridge the technical, business, and policy domains comes from over a decade in Internet companies such as Yahoo as a software engineer and later managing products for tens of millions of users.
B.S. in Computer Science, MIT
M.S. in Computer Science, MIT
MBA in Sustainable Management, Presidio Graduate School