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Wyatt Elbin

Wyatt is a core member of Go’s Distributed Energy Resources team, working with renewable energy, demand response, energy storage and grid interactive technologies. He helps Go’s client understand the technical and economic feasibility for renewable energy and energy storage projects, assists them with market engagement, and helps them navigate the complex world of renewable energy procurement for both on-site and off-site opportunities.

Wyatt also supports our energy markets and policy consulting services for clients like the Ohio Manufacturers’ Association, where he brings a deep knowledge of energy markets, energy procurement strategies, and corporate sustainability. His passion for helping businesses and organizations holistically manage their energy loads lets Wyatt support some of our most cutting-edge strategic energy management projects for our large and institutional clients. There, he leverages his understanding of how energy markets, regulation, policy, and corporate sustainability interact and how businesses can influence each of these.

Wyatt has a diverse engineering and project management background, with a Bachelor of Civil Engineering and a Master of Science in Renewable and Clean Energy from the University of Dayton (UD). Prior to Go, Wyatt gained experience with design and construction project management. He has also held corporate energy management roles for years at Marathon Petroleum and bp, where he performed energy purchasing, participated in regulatory processes through various industrial energy groups, and managed renewable energy assets and corporate sustainability strategies.

Prior to starting his professional career, Wyatt’s innate curiosity and passion for problem solving lead him to be heavily engaged in UD’s ETHOS program, which is dedicated to engineering immersion service projects around the world. He worked in Cameroon, India, and Appalachia, as well as served as the program’s interim director. After graduate school, Wyatt lived in a lay Marianist community and managed an urban farm in East Dayton.

Now, Wyatt resides in rural, NW Ohio and lives in an energy efficient home that he designed and managed the construction of. He is an avid gardener, fermenter of all things, homebrewer, coffee roaster, steel bike collector, and novice carpenter. He and his family enjoy camping in their popup camper and completing homesteading projects on their land.

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