Renewable Energy Technology Analysis
Lee Goldberg has been consulting on environmental issues within the electrical engineering community since 1996. Mr. Goldberg provides engineering, logistics support and research services for many of T/TI’s energy-related projects. He helps develop system specifications, system designs and work plans for renewable energy systems, Smart Grid/Smart Meter/Smart Building projects, and energy conservation programs. Mr. Goldberg is also responsible for identifying and evaluating products, technologies, and support services for use in T/TI projects. He develops and maintains vendor lists for products and services related to solar, wind, smart grid and energy management technologies. In addition, Mr. Goldberg tracks energy-related standards related to T/TI’s activities.
As part of his current role as a journalist and technology analyst, Mr. Goldberg is the editor of the green-power and green technology sections of Digi-Key TechZone, on-line trade journal for engineers and technology managers. He also maintains an independent consulting practice on renewable energy systems and other sustainable technologies.
Mr. Goldberg wrote a book Green Electronics, Green Bottom Line. A practical guide to environmentally-responsible engineering. published by Newnes Press in 1999. He also published work in the IEEE Journal of Technology & Society, EE Times, IEEE Computer Magazine, Communication Systems Design, Wireless Systems Design, Microwaves & RF, New Telecom Quarterly, IrDA Newsletter, Aviation Art Gallery, and The Princeton Packet. Mr. Goldberg has BS in Electrical Engineering, Thomas Edison College, 1994. He also has a certificate on the technology, society, and the environment, Goddard College Institute for Social Ecology, 1978.
T/TI Energy Projects include: Mexico Solar Power Development Reverse Trade Mission and Pakistan Feasibility Study for the Beaconhouse Schools Solar Photovoltaic Power Systems.