As Vice President of Market Development, Scott Fisher brings a wealth of experience in scaling energy and electric transportation technologies to Greenlots. Having spent more than 15 years at NRG Energy and Public Service Electric and Gas (PSE&G) in market development, operations, and strategy roles, Fisher is a seasoned industry veteran with a proven ability to create strategic growth opportunities with utilities, automakers and public agencies alike.
While at NRG, Fisher led a number of the company’s clean energy initiatives, which included community solar projects, large-scale solar projects, transportation electrification and carbon capture programs. Most notably, he managed and successfully won a $200 million grant from the Department of Energy for NRG’s Petra Nova project, which recently became the U.S.’ first large scale carbon capture and storage project on an existing plant. He also led and developed partnerships for EVgo, including with GM’s Maven group to deploy ride-sharing programs in major metropolitan areas. Fisher also led EVgo’s vehicle to grid partnership with University of Delaware, which in 2013 – with support from BMW and PJM Interconnection – became the first instance of electric vehicles earning revenue as an official grid resource.
Fisher serves as an Adjunct Professor at Columbia’s School of International and Public Affairs, where he teaches “Financing the Clean Energy Economy,” where he has taught since 2011. He holds an MBA from Yale University and a BA from Vassar College.