Lisa Cohn, Founder, CleanEnergyWriters

Lisa’s energy articles have appeared in Microgrid Knowledge, Horizon Air Magazine, Oregon Business, the Oregonian, Portland Tribune, Renewable Energy World, Utility Dive, EnergyBiz and other publications. A member of the Society of Environmental Journalists, Lisa recently contributed to a National Geographic Roundtable Discussion about renewable energy. During Climate Week 2023 she was quoted in an NPR story about microgrids.

Her clean energy editorials have appeared in the Oregonian, Bend Bulletin, Eugene Register-Guard and Portland Tribune.

She has written blogs, articles, thought leadership pieces and white papers for a number of organizations and companies, including Power for All, Enel X, the Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians, HeatSpring and StudioID/Industry Dive.

For more than 20 years Lisa worked as a stringer for newsletters published by McGraw-Hill/Platt’s Energy publications. She is a former U.S. stringer for Windpower Monthly Magazine and a former associate editor of Oregon Business Magazine. She began her writing career as an energy and environment reporter for The Cape Cod Times.

An occasional Public Relations pro, Lisa has appeared on the Today Show and AM Northwest and has been quoted by numerous local and national publications.

Lisa has received numerous writing awards, from the Pacific Northwest Writers Association, Willamette Writers, Associated Oregon Industries and other organizations.

Lisa holds a master’s degree in journalism from Boston University and a bachelor’s degree from Wesleyan University.

Travis Royce, Tech/Finance Content Expert

Since graduating Magna Cum Laude in Finance in 2019 and working in financial valuation through 2021, Travis has melded his expertise in monetary systems with a burgeoning passion for data-driven analysis. His proficiency in this area led to his current pursuit of a Master of Science in Computational Analytics degree at Georgia Tech.

Travis is the engine behind our most technical and intricate projects; his background empowers him to delve into topics with precision.  His writing distills complicated topics such as solar financing, hardware-in-the-loop simulations and the role of data science in utility industries, making them accessible and engaging to a general audience.

We leverage Travis’s exceptional research skills and quick-witted synthesis to offer clarity and insight into the nuanced realms of technology and finance.

Learn more about Travis on LinkedIn.