EnergySage Editorial Team
We are clean energy experts, technical writers and journalists dedicated to helping you explore clean energy solutions with deeply-researched, accurate, and unbiased content.
We make the complex approachable. We make the often-opaque clean energy industry transparent. We help you feel confident making the best choices for you.
CEO & Founder of EnergySage
As the founder and CEO of EnergySage, Vikram is an authority on all things renewable and solar. His thought leadership on renewable energy is published with Bloomberg, Consumer Reports, The Energy Gang, Forbes, Kiplinger, The New York Times, and more. He also regularly appears on podcasts such as NPR’s Here and Now and speaks at major industry conferences such as RE+ to share clean energy data and insights on policy, incentives, and savings. Vikram has an MBA from Northeastern University and is a CFA charterholder.
Director of Content and Consumer Education
Rich runs the content team for EnergySage, where he helps bring all the wisdom of our subject matter experts to EnergySage readers. Before joining EnergySage, Rich worked on the editorial team at CNET for 20 years in Louisville, KY and New York City. He has an Bachelor's Degree in English from the University of Vermont, and an MBA from Baruch College at the City University of New York.
Director of Insights & Intel
Spencer is the Director of Insights & Intel at EnergySage where he leads market and consumer intel and research. A 10-year industry veteran (and a solar owner himself!), Spencer spent five years at Synapse Energy Economics before joining EnergySage, providing environmental, economic, and policy analysis for public interest groups. Spencer has degrees in Environmental Studies and Hispanic Studies from Brown University.
Vice President of Marketplace Growth at EnergySage
Charlie is Vice President of Marketplace Growth at EnergySage. He manages teams that help consumers choose the right renewable energy solution for them and helps build top-flight installer networks to provide those solutions. He holds a BA in Public Policy from Duke University and an MBA from Georgetown.
Annalee is an EnergySage writer focused on sustainability, covering new and efficient technology. She holds a Bachelor's in Business Administration from Northeastern University and is passionate about promoting renewable energy – especially in urban environments.
Senior Communication Manager
Nick runs communications and PR at EnergySage. Through press coverage, social media, industry events, and contributed content, Nick helps educate consumers about their clean energy options and why EnergySage is the simplest, most trusted way to make informed decisions. He holds a degree in Communications from SUNY Oswego and has worked in the renewable energy industry for over seven years.
Bobby is an Energy Advisor at EnergySage who strives to help everyone make informed clean energy decisions that are good for their wallets and the planet. With a Bachelor's Degree from St. Lawrence University in Government and History, Bobby brings an analytical, fact-based perspective to EnergySage.
Jacob is an EnergySage writer with expertise in solar, electrification, and renewable energy. With over five years of experience researching and writing about the home energy industry (plus a degree in Geological Sciences from Tufts University), he brings a unique scientific approach to writing and investigating all things energy.
Liam covers heat pumps and home electrification for EnergySage. He was previously a senior writer at Consumer Reports and The New York Times’ Wirecutter, where he published comprehensive guides to heating and cooling systems, large appliances, and other major household purchases. He’s most of the way through electrifying his 100-year-old house in the Boston suburbs – and even bought his solar panels through the EnergySage Marketplace before he came to work here.
Casey is an EnergySage writer covering solar, community solar, and sustainability. She is passionate about making clean energy more accessible to everyone and has worked in clean energy communications since graduating from the University of New Hampshire with a Bachelor’s in Business Administration.
MaryElizabeth is an EnergySage writer focused on making clean energy accessible, covering topics from community solar to smart home gadgets. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Boston College in Communication and Economics. MaryElizabeth is passionate about making our world cleaner and more efficient and spends a lot of her time researching renewable energy solutions.
Associate Product Manager
As a product manager at EnergySage, Keith is focused on helping more people access the benefits of community solar by developing the best possible marketplace experience. Before joining EnergySage in 2019, Keith worked in both the rooftop solar and community solar industries.
Grant is a writer at EnergySage, where he helps ensure everyone can access the best, most up-to-date information on how to use renewable energy (while saving money!). Grant previously worked in the energy industry before joining EnergySage and graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a degree in Public Relations.
Caleb is an Energy Advisor at EnergySage, guiding people across the country on home electrification and energy efficiency through heat pumps, residential solar, and community solar. His background in sustainability and sociology motivates him to empower people to make smarter energy decisions for the planet and their wallets.
Staff Product Manager, Growth
Luke is a longtime veteran of EnergySage. He initially started his career with the company as a web analyst and was key in driving their initial search engine optimization (SEO) and content expansion between 2013 and 2018. More recently, Luke has pivoted into the world of Product and today leads the Growth team which focuses in experimentation and revenue operations. Luke's expertise is in SEO and conversion rate optimization (CRO) and is passionate about data and economics.
Kerry is an expert in all things solar – she's worked in the industry for over eight years, initially as an Energy Advisor dedicated to helping people compare their solar options and make well-informed energy decisions. She graduated from Boston University with a degree in Environmental Analysis and Policy.
With over five years of experience in environmental science and clean energy, Emily is an expert in solar, battery, and energy management technology and policy. She holds a Master of Science in Environmental Science and Policy from Johns Hopkins University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Science and Biology from Colby College. Emily is always looking for ways to live her life more sustainably and is currently in the process of electrifying her home.