Luke Beckett leads the engagement strategy for E Source’s western utility clients. As an engagement director, he ensures that utility clients maximize the value of their E Source partnerships while uncovering new solutions for their customer program, technology, marketing, and customer experience efforts. He previously worked as the product strategist for E Source Customer Energy Solutions, where he led strategic research and engagement efforts to help utility members exceed their energy program, emerging technology, and decarbonization goals. Prior to his career in the energy sector, he was a scientist at GE Healthcare, where he worked with technologies used in gene therapy and pharmaceuticals. Luke holds an MS in renewable and sustainable energy from University of Colorado at Boulder and a BS in biology from Colorado State University.
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