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Carbon-Conscious Series Presents: Luke Wilkinson, Silicon Ranch

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Monday, April 10



Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business

800 West Peachtree Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30308
Room 312


"Solar Partnerships: Delivering Meaningful Community Legacies"

Luke WilkinsonThe Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business and the Energy Club at Georgia Tech welcomes Luke Wilkinson, Director of Business Development - Regional Markets, Silicon Ranch.

Luke focuses on project origination with specific focus on managing projects through all of the different aspects of a project’s development lifecycle, from concept to completion. Responsibilities include creating opportunities in new markets, finding and acquiring land for speculative projects and developed projects, providing the development group with project financial analysis, and general marketing outreach and services. Luke helped develop the first utility scale project with Georgia Power in Social Circle and was the lead developer on the Hazlehurst projects totaling 100 MWac. Before working for Silicon Ranch he spent three years working for MSCI as a social responsibility investment energy analyst. He earned an MBA with a focus in sustainability management from Vanderbilt’s Owen Graduate School of Management and his Bachelor’s in Public Policy from Duke University.

TheRay C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business was founded in 2013 to act as a catalyst and connector, bringing together students, research faculty, companies, and entrepreneurs to create an environment where business-driven solutions to sustainability challenges can take shape and thrive. In all, Scheller provides students unparalleled breadth in environmental sustainability, ethics, corporate social responsibility, social entrepreneurship, and values-based leadership.

The Energy Club at Georgia Tech seeks to inspire and prepare the next generation of individuals knowledgeable in the complex interaction energy-related world. We strive to bring together the technology, policy and business of the energy landscape to better understand the issues and contribute to the dialogue. We offer a great opportunity to get involved and network with many influential energy leaders on campus and across the country. The interdisciplinary nature of the topic ensures that there is something for everyone in the club. We cater to all majors and both graduate and undergraduate students.