What's It Really Like: Michael Grady


Location: 143 DeBartolo Hall Map

Michael Grady

What’s It Really Like?” is a series of small discussion groups of undergraduate students and people working in the field of energy and sustainability.

Michael Grady, ND class of ‘77, has a broad range of experiences including his current position as owner/manager of Eireann Emerald Solutions, a consulting firm focusing on green power and stormwater infrastructure. He is the prime consultant for Innergex Renewables where he develops utility-scale renewable energy projects with First Nations in Canada and Native American Tribal Governments. He has worked for the Governor Inslee’s Energy Office, Mobil Research, universities in Washington State and Idaho, NOAA, and the U.S Air Force. He also served two terms as a City Council member for Mercer Island where he led efforts to create sustainability plans to tackle climate change.  

All students and postdoctoral scholars are welcome to attend. If you are interested in meeting with a small group of students to ask Mike what it’s like to work in his fields, contact Anne Pillai, apillai@nd.edu by Thursday, Oct. 10. 

Originally published at energy.nd.edu.