Lillie serves as a general associate for the Global South and Islands program, supporting the team in various projects in the Caribbean region. She currently works with the Bermuda team, aiding in the nation’s transition to carbon-free electricity via aggregated solar projects, and in St. Kitts and Nevis, helping to generate an integrated resource and resilience planning (IRRP) document for the islands.
Prior to joining RMI, Lillie completed a two-year masters program in renewable energy engineering in various locations in Europe. During this time, she worked at Next Kraftwerke in Germany, one of the largest Virtual Power Plant Operators in Europe, on the electricity trading team. Prior to the masters program, Lillie worked for a year at the National Renewable Energy Lab on both the commercial buildings team and the marine and hydrokinetic team, after completing an undergraduate degree in theoretical physics at Hamilton college.
•MS, Renewable Energy Engineering, Innoenergy and the European Institute of Technology
• MS, Energy Innovation, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
• MS, Energy Engineering, Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya
•BA, Theoretical Physics (Summa Cum Laude), Hamilton College
•Phi Beta Scholar from Hamilton College
•Sigma Xi Member