Hannah Platter joined E3 in 2022 and will support E3’s work in distributed energy resources. They came to E3 after graduating from Smith College with a double major in Engineering and Jewish Studies. There they completed a capstone project that worked with a local agricultural tech start-up to create a gas separation proof of concept. Hannah brings a research background in Environmental Justice and has worked on research projects through the University of Vermont, including reviewing city plans to evaluate their diversity, inclusion, equity, and justice strengths.
Hannah was drawn to this work through a desire to make meaningful progress on the path to decarbonization. They are particularly interested in using their background in analytical problem solving to help find solutions to the big problems that E3 tackles. Hannah continues to be excited and inspired by the work that E3 does and the impact that it has toward securing a more sustainable future.
Outside of work, Hannah enjoys spending time in nature, skiing, reading, and learning Yiddish.
Education: BS, Engineering Sciences, Jewish Studies, Smith College
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