Building (and Maintaining) Competitive Advantage in Clean Manufacturing
Thursday, November 15, 5:15 PM
Mezes Hall 1.306. Refreshments served at 5pm
About the speaker:
Alan Goodrich has more than ten years of experience conducting techno economic analysis in support of R&D management and business development decisions, including as a management consultant to Fortune 500 firms, such as Johnson & Johnson, General Motors, General Electric, Corning, Dow Chemical, and Eastman Chemical. Alan joined the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) in 2009 where he serves as the lead analyst for the Solar PV Cost Analysis team, which provides critical analytical support to strategic R&D decisions facing DOE, NREL, and Industry partners. Alan’s research activities and the team’s scope of work include: solar PV module manufacturing costs, materials resource availability, and the installed cost of solar PV systems.
Alan holds a B.S. in Industrial and Management Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute’s School of Decision Sciences and Engineering, and a MBA from the University of Colorado, Boulder.