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Scott Fisher

Scott Fisher is Vice President, Market Development at Greenlots, a leading electric vehicle infrastructure software and services provider. In this role, he focuses on building Greenlots’ business with governments, utilities, and automakers.

Prior to joining Greenlots in 2017, Fisher worked for 11 years at NRG Energy, including its electric vehicle infrastructure subsidiary, EVgo. His work at NRG included leading NRG’s R&D joint venture with the University of Delaware to develop vehicle-to-grid technology and initiating the company’s effort to develop community and shared solar. Fisher also led NRG’s efforts to secure federal funding for its renewable development and clean coal projects. This included the successful financing of three utility-scale solar projects. In addition, he was project director for NRG’s successful proposal to the Department of Energy (DOE) for a carbon capture and storage plant at NRG’s WA Parish coal plant in Texas. The project received a $200 million grant from DOE and began operations in Fall 2016 as the country’s first large-scale carbon capture project at an existing coal plant.

Fisher’s previous experience includes corporate management consulting at Booz & Co (currently Strategy&), as well as 5 years at Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG), New Jersey’s largest utility.

As an Adjunct Professor at Columbia University’s Earth Institute, Fisher has taught Financing the Clean Energy Economy since 2011.

He graduated from Yale School of Management holds a B.A. from Vassar College.