“Using spatial analysis to optimize and develop renewable energy”
Matthew Gagne has more than 10 years of experience in the renewable energy industry. An Albuquerque native, He has performed an assortment of tasks for more than 5000 MW of installed renewable energy projects across the United States, Canada, Mexico, and South America. He incorporates spatial analysis into renewable energy assessments to optimize production and cost of energy. With the KiloNewton team, he develops GIS-based tools for an array of analyses for wind and solar energy prospecting, design, and optimization.
Matthew also received a Graduate Certificate in Wind Energy (Technical) from Texas Tech University and a graduate credential through Texas Tech’s National Wind Institute and DNV GL in 2016. He also has B.A. from Western Washington University where he focused on GIS, statistics, and journalism.