Rebecca is the CTO of ChargeNet. She got her BS in Electrical Engineering at the University of Michigan and her MS in Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University.
Before her work at Enel X, she worked on several energy projects including Parker Hannifin's hybrid hydraulic trucks, General Compression's compressed energy storage system, and Tesla's electric car production. At Enel X she became an expert in energy storage optimization for both behind the meter and front of the meter use cases and grew prototype algorithms into production software used in hundreds of applications.
In her spare time, she reads about sustainability, geeks out about general relativity, and - as a Cleveland sports fanatic - fends off Warriors fans.
Conversation with Rebecca on spearheading technology leadership in a clean energy