Elliott Levine recently “graduated” from the US Department of Energy after a 25-year career leading programs and managing projects in renewable energy and energy efficiency with an emphasis on technology R&D, innovation and biomass utilization for power, energy and clean and efficient cookstoves for 3rd world applications. His efforts led to the commercialization and deployment of ETHOS technologies with significant energy and environmental-saving impacts.
Elliott is currently involved in a variety of sustainable activities as:
* Vice President of the DC Chapter of the Technology Transfer Society (T2SDC) which for the past 25 years conducted forums on regional technology development programs and TT organizations.
* Member of the of ETHOS Board helping to organize the ETHOS 2018 and 2019 technical meeting on the latest advances in developing and deploying improved cookstoves for lesser developed countries.
* Member of the Organizing Committee for the 2018 Wood Stove Design Challenge
which provided grants for leading edge, clean, automated and thermoelectric heating stoves and which were featured at an expo on the National Mall.
* Member of the Maryland chapter of the Sierra Club Transportation Committee.
Elliott began his career as an Air Quality Analyst for Carolina Power & Light Co. (now Duke Energy) performing air quality modeling, monitoring and analysis. He later directed Argonne National Laboratory's state-funded Technology Commercialization Center where he assisted startup and early-stage companies.
Mr. Levine holds a B.S. in Chemistry, a MSPH in Environmental Science and Engineering and an M.B.A. in Finance
Elliott actively participates in technology transfer events and is a volunteer trail steward at the C&O National Park. Elliott lives in Rockville, MD with his wife Pamela.