Tyson Cook

From Clean Wisconsin:

Tyson Cook manages the Science Department of Clean Wisconsin. In this role, he serves as the scientific and technical lead for analysis of environmental issues and policies, in order to inform advocacy and action advancing Clean Wisconsin’s environmental priorities. Mr. Cook also works to build the research base of Clean Wisconsin, expand the use of science in environmental decision-making throughout the state, and maintain Clean Wisconsin’s position as an expert resource for environmental science.

Prior to joining Clean Wisconsin, Mr. Cook was an energy efficiency and renewable energy consultant. His work included first-in-the-nation field testing of emerging energy efficient technologies like LED lighting, and project management on the California Solar Initiative and CaliforniaSolarStatistics.org. Mr. Cook also served as a Resident Engineer for Engineers without Borders in Tanzania, and was a founding member of the Stanford Solar and Wind Energy Project. Mr. Cook holds a Master of Science degree in civil and environmental engineering from the Atmosphere/ Energy group at Stanford University. He has also studied environmental health science at the University of Michigan, and physics at Kalamazoo College. He has conducted research in fields including climate change, energy efficiency, renewable energy, and public health.

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