Executive director, Sustainable Energy Revolution Program, MIT Energy Initiative
areas of expertise: biomass and biofuels, solar energy, wind power, wave energy
Daniel Enderton is executive director of the MIT Energy Initiative's Sustainable Energy Revolution Program, which seeks to coordinate and enhance support for breakthrough research in renewable energy sources — such as solar, wind, waves, geothermal and bioenergy — as well as their associated enabling technologies, including storage and transmission.
In 2008, Enderton defended his PhD in climate physics and chemistry in MIT's Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences. His research focused on estimating and understanding the poleward transport of energy by the atmosphere and oceans, and how this partition affects surface climate conditions. As a student, he was a Linden Earth System Fellow, 2007-2008 president of the MIT Energy Club, and content director for the 2007 and 2008 MIT Energy Conferences.
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