Anneliese Schmidt is a renewable energy scientist at ANTARES Group Inc., where she has frequently served as project manager and lead technical analyst. Ms. Schmidt is experienced in technology evaluation and selection, performance and economic modeling, cost estimation, renewable energy site selection and evaluation, and assessment of greenhouse gas emissions and criteria pollutants. Her expertise covers technologies including photovoltaic and solar energy systems, biomass energy systems (including cogeneration and cofiring), and biofuel conversion technologies. Ms. Schmidt has recently worked on a number of feasibility assessments for PV and biomass CHP projects at select federal and military installations. She was also a key contributor to several studies published by EPRI, including an in-depth assessment of the cost and performance of various biomass gasification technologies, and an effort to analyze options for repowering fossil-fuel-fired power plants using different types of biomass feedstocks.
Ms. Schmidt holds an M.S. in Physics from Cornell University and a B.S. in Physics from University of Arizona. She is a Certified Energy Manager (CEM) and a certified GHG Verifier with the California Air Resources Board (CARB).