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Saturday, February 20, 2010

Jeff McAulay is February CEO (Boston)

Congratulations to Jeff McAulay, who served as TLP Boston CEO for the month of February.

Jeff is currently working to start a new cleantech Incubator in collaboration with a major non-profit research lab, Fraunhofer USA. As part of this project he is screening potential clients on both technical and business merits before connecting startups with early stage investors or government grants. In this role, Jeff sits at the interface between energy technology, business development and public policy.

Jeff graduated from MIT in the Technology & Policy Program where he conducted research in the Sloan Automotive Laboratory. While at MIT Jeff was a lead organizer for several student groups including the MIT Energy Club, and the MIT Electric Vehicle Team. Jeff also sat on MIT's Campus Energy Task force to help form MIT's long-term campus greening strategy. Before coming to MIT, Jeff worked as an engineer at Nuvera Fuel Cells where he lead project work and supported the company in reaching several technical milestones for the integrated fuel processor group.

He has a BS in biomedical engineering from Boston University where he won an award for best project presentation for undergrad research on microbial fuel cells, and received the scarlet key for excellence in student leadership.

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