In this episode of Grid Talk, Marty Rosenberg talks with Matthew Ketschke, Vice President at Con Edison in New York. Con Edison operates one of the world's largest energy delivery systems. Mr. Ketschke explains how the utility is working toward a cleaner, more efficient future, and he details the impacts of reducing carbon emissions on the delivery of electricity. You'll hear why delivering power is like managing traffic in midtown Manhattan.
Matthew Ketschke is the Vice President of Distributed Resource Integration for Con Edison. He is responsible for the integration of distributed energy resources to the Con Edison system. He leads the company efforts related to the New York State Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) including demonstration projects and policy development.
Mr. Ketschke joined Con Edison in 1995 and has held various positions of increasing responsibility in operations, construction, and engineering. He is a graduate of Stevens Institute of Technology (BE 1995, MS 1998) and Columbia University (MBA 2009).