Phil Hofmeyer, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Renewable Energy and an instructor for the Renewable Energy Training Center. He holds a doctorate in forest ecology and quantitative silviculture from the University of Maine, a Master of Science and a Bachelor of Science in forest and natural resources management from SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF), and was a graduate of SUNY Morrisville with an associate in applied science in natural resources conservation.
Hofmeyer has published research papers on northern white-cedar ecology and invasive species on electric utility rights-of-way. As an all-around renewable energy professional, his current teaching, demonstration and research areas include micro hydroelectricity, small wind systems, solar photovoltaics and solar thermal combisystems. His writings on renewable energy subjects have appeared in trade journals such as Home Power. Please check his current CV for additional details.