Frank Bergh is an experienced electrical engineer with a background of diverse multicultural and interdisciplinary leadership in renewable energy projects in North/South America and Africa. He specializes in the interconnection and design of utility-scale and micro-grid wind, solar, and energy storage projects as well as renewable energy integration in developing nations.
Frank holds an Electrical Engineering degree with a minor in Spanish from Washington University in St. Louis. His professional experience spans utility consulting (Burns & McDonnell), wind energy (Nordex), solar energy (SoCore Energy), and energy storage (Edison Energy) as well as 12+ years of renewable energy and microgrid experience as a volunteer and former board member at Engineers Without Borders USA. He's a contributing editor to Engineering For Change and an instructor in Technology & Community Based Development at Colorado State University. In 2015, he was named one of Midwest Energy News' Top 40 Under 40 energy professionals.
solar / wind / biofuels
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