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Benjamin Matek

Contributor since: 28 Jul 2015

Benjamin Matek

Benjamin Matek is Industry Analyst & Research Projects Manager at the Geothermal Energy Association, where he manages
GEA’s research efforts and prepares GEA’s publications, white papers, and reports on the geothermal industry and renewable energy policy. Additionally, he supports GEA’s efforts to tackle policy issues relevant to geothermal energy and the renewable energy sector. He received his B.S. degree in Economics and Physics from American University and is currently enrolled in Johns Hopkins University to receive his masters in Energy Policy and Climate. Prior to his experience with the Geothermal Energy Association, he worked for the Carbon War Room, a non-profit organization started by Sir Richard Branson that is dedicated to finding economical solutions to climate change, and IHS Global Insight, an economic consulting and advisory firm.

Latest articles from Benjamin

  • What Is Really Keeping Geothermal Power Back?

    Published 28 July 2015 | viewed 19,960 times

    Earlier this month an article published on Oilprice argued that the future for geothermal power was limited, at best. In short, the article argued; •…

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