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Isaac Panzarella
Clean Power & Efficiency Project Coordinator

Isaac Panzarella is the Clean Power & Efficiency project coordinator at the Center, and provides technical and feasibility assessment services for combined heat and power systems, waste heat recovery and industrial energy efficiency improvements. His mission is to help people to realize that the future is here today when it comes to clean energy and energy efficiency. Isaac received a degree in Mechanical Engineering in 1998 from N.C. State University. In the subsequent 12 years he worked to promote sustainable building systems and energy conservation as a partner with two consulting engineering firms. He has worked on many project commissions in the State of North Carolina, including the North Carolina Botanical Garden Visitor Center, dedicated by Governor Beverly Perdue in the fall of 2009 as the first State owned building with a LEED Platinum rating target. His sustainable building systems design experience includes solar thermal and photovoltaic energy systems, central cooling and heating plants, geothermal heat pump systems, energy recovery and energy management systems. Email:

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Autumn Proudlove
Sr. Policy Analyst

Autumn Proudlove is a Senior Policy Analyst at the N.C. Clean Energy Technology Center, joining the Center’s Energy Policy team in January 2014. She manages the Center’s work on the SunShot Solar Outreach Partnership – a U.S. Department of Energy program focused on providing solar education and technical assistance. She also works on the Database of State Incentives for Renewables and Efficiency (DSIRE), authoring content for eight states. Autumn’s primary interests lie in solar policy, rate design, and North Carolina energy policy. Autumn received her Master’s degree in Energy Regulation and Law, summa cum laude, from Vermont Law School (VLS). While at VLS, Autumn worked for the school’s Institute for Energy and the Environment, examining solar policies and standards as part of the U.S. Department of Energy’s SunShot Plug and Play Solar PV project. Autumn received her Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies, with a minor in Economics, from Dartmouth College. Email: