Program Support Specialist – Stakeholder Engagement
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Miles Hall is a Program Support Specialist for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Water Power Technologies Office, specializing in stakeholder outreach and engagement for both the Hydropower and Marine and Hydrokinetic programs. He joined the Energy Department in January of 2017 after several years of serving as a technical business development contractor for the Wind Energy Program at Sandia National Laboratories. Miles has degrees in economics and Spanish as well as an MBA from the University of New Mexico.
From the Wave Energy Prize to Now—Catching-up with AquaHarmonics
February 8, 2019
WPTO sat down with AquaHarmonics co-founder Alex Hagmüller to learn about their recent device testing and plans for future deployment.
Connecting Marine Energy with the Grid—a Cabling Perspective from Carl Barret of 3U
January 25, 2019
Miles Hall interviews Carl Barrett of 3U Technologies, an international business consulting and engineering company based in Conroe, Texas.
A Commercial Shipbuilding Industry Perspective and Future Marine Energy Business Opportunities
September 24, 2018
WPTO is engaging stakeholders engaged in the PacWave project. In this article, WPTO interviews Tom Hickman of Vigor.
Ocean Energy Systems Releases Spotlight on Ocean Energy Report
July 27, 2018
Ocean Energy Systems has released the Spotlight on Ocean Energy report, which provides analysis of 20 ocean energy projects and five initiatives.
A Utility Perspective on the Local Impact of the Nation’s Newest Wave Energy Test Site
May 16, 2018
WPTO’s Stakeholder Engagement Specialist, sat down with Debra Smith to get her opinions on the current state of wave energy testing.
Important Licensing Milestone Reached for Oregon Wave Energy Test Site
April 24, 2018
Oregon State University has submitted a Draft License Application to construct and operate the Pacific Marine Energy Center South Energy Test Site.
A European Perspective on America's Newest Marine Energy Test Site (Part 2)
April 10, 2018
Part 2 of a series of discussions with various stakeholders involved in the PMEC-SETS project and the marine energy industry as a whole.
U.S. Instrumentation Workshop Provides Platform to Identify Opportunities to Get the Most From MHK Technology Testing
March 19, 2018
Findings from the 3rd U.S. Instrumentation Workshop have been consolidated in a report by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory.
United States and Ireland Collaborate to Advance Marine Energy
March 5, 2018
A U.S. subsidiary of Irish-based Ocean Energy Ltd. signed an agreement to design and construct the hull of the company's wave energy converter buoy.