Michael Hartnack is a senior solution director for the Mobility Service, Distributed Energy Resource Strategy Service, and Technology Assessment Service. In this position, he works closely with utilities and helps them leverage electrification, decarbonization, and mobility technologies to meet their key goals. Michael also oversees all E Source engagements with nonutilities. Before joining E Source, Michael led the Neural Grid and Advanced Transmission and Distribution Technologies research solutions at Guidehouse Insights (formerly Navigant Research). In this role, he analyzed global markets, evaluated technologies to identify innovative grid and utility technologies, and forecasted market growth in key electric and gas utility technology segments. Michael also worked at Xcel Energy in Denver as part of the regulatory administration team. He earned a BA in political science and government from Union College and an MS in global energy management from the University of Colorado–Denver.

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TE Insights: A new data tool to help solution providers grow their utility transportation electrification business

Michael Hartnack, Brenna Raeder
May 30, 2023

To help solution providers find and capture new business and understand utility transportation electrification (TE) programs, spending, and rates, we created E Source TE Insights, a tool that organizes data from utility TE plans, EV-specific rates, and customer rebates into an easy-to-use platform.

Use E Source databases to help sell your DSM solutions to utilities

Emily Roberson, Meryl Compton, Michael Hartnack
March 30, 2023

Utilities are investing millions of dollars into DSM programs. How can program implementers, consultants, software providers, and other vendors pursue these opportunities? In this blog, we highlight a few of the E Source data tools that can help you identify and research new business opportunities.

Highlights from our spring tech roundup: Four trends to keep an eye on

Luke Beckett, Michael Hartnack, Bryan Jungers, Jay Stein
August 3, 2021

We recently discussed 11 technology trends we see on the horizon as part of our Spring 2021 tech roundup webinar. Here’s an exclusive look at four of the hot tech trends we covered.