Brysen Daughton researches emerging technologies and utility programs on the Customer Energy Solutions team. Brysen started as an intern at E Source, forecasting clean energy technology, and researching best‑in‑class demand‑side management programs. Brysen has two degrees from the University of Colorado at Boulder: a master’s degree in renewable and sustainable energy, and an undergraduate degree in ecology and evolutionary biology.
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