U. S. Department of Energy
Since 2009, Elliott Levine has served as Technology Manager within the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Biomass Program where he presently provides strategic direction for biofuels demonstration projects in addition to biomass heat and power and cookstoves development activities. Elliott also serves as the Designated Federal Official for the Biomass Research and Development Technical Advisory Commission which informs the Biomass R&D Board on strategic R&D needs.
At DOE, Mr. Levine has held a range of positions focused on the development, commercialization, and deployment of applied energy technologies for several energy-intensive industries including Glass and Forest products. His efforts have led to the commercialization and market entry of several energy-saving technologies with significant energy and environmental-saving impacts.
He previously was a USDOE grants manager providing Federal support for energy-related inventions. Elliott previously directed Argonne National Laboratory’s state-funded Technology Commercialization Center where he assisted startup and early-stage companies with the skillful use of Argonne’s technical resources.
Mr. Levine is experienced in technology development pathways, commercialization practices, new venture finance, program planning and partnership development. Mr. Levine actively participates in technology transfer events. He is Vice President of the Board of the Technology Transfer Society’s — Washington, DC Chapter.
Mr. Levine holds a B.S. in Chemistry, a MSPH in Environmental Science and Engineering and an M.B.A. in Finance