Trained in civil engineering and economics, Mr. Hart has worked with clean technology and sustainable environmental practices throughout the United States, South America, Asia, and Africa. Mr. Hart’s expertise focuses on zero- and near-zero-emission, on- and off-road equipment demonstration and community-scale renewable energy generation, including micro-grids, solar, wind, hydropower, and organics waste management. In his work, he focuses on a complete life-cycle approach to clean technology solutions that results in sound economic, environmental, and equitable projects that shift energy production and utilization toward a sustainable future. Mr. Hart brings a comprehensive and analytical engineering and financial approach to his work with Momentum that includes: technology evaluations, greenhouse gas life cycle modeling, carbon pathway modeling, environmental review, air permitting, financial and economic feasibility studies, sensitivity modeling and analysis, resource assessments, and siting study & evaluation.


Mr. Hart also serves as the Chair of the Electricity Subcommittee for the Bioenergy Association of California. He is intimately familiar with legislation and rulings related to the interconnection of distributed electricity and renewable natural gas. In his free time, he enjoys travel, exercise, and hiking in the mountains.


Stanford University, M.S. in Civil & Environmental Engineering, Atmosphere/Energy, 2011
Stanford University, B.S. in Civil & Environmental Engineering, Minor in Economics, 2009