Donovan Hussey is an engineer who specializes in electric vehicle (EV) technology. Passionate about reducing energy consumption, Donovan supports numerous projects that center around clean energy, solar power, renewable energy and environmental sustainability.
Everyone has their own idea of what ‘environmental sustainability’ means. How we can accomplish this as a society is also variable, from person to person. In his professional experience as an engineer who specializes in renewable energy, Donovan Hussey believes that the future depends on creating new systems for producing and maintaining energy. Right now, electricity may seem like the best solution. But Donovan knows that this will not always be the case. That’s why he’s working on research that dives deeper to uncover and unveil completely new concepts of energy creation.
Professionally, Donovan Hussey works as an Energy Consumption Consultant. Through this freelance role, Donovan provides homeowners with critical information regarding the process of obtaining Local Clean Energy Credits, as well as installing Electric Vehicle (EV) Chargers and Solar Power devices, such as Solar Energy Panels. A strong believer in the environmental sustainability that electric vehicles offer over their diesel-powered alternatives, Donovan keeps pace with all updates within the EV industry. He embraces each and every opportunity to promote these wonderful vehicles to the public.
STEM Education Initiatives
An innovative professional who looks to the next generation as the world’s future leaders, Donovan Hussey is passionate about supporting STEM education initiatives. He believes that by fostering an educational environment that emphasizes the importance of environmental sustainability, society’s future overall can be much brighter. Equipping the next generation with the academic tools necessary to get there is imperative. Donovan is a particularly proud supporter of MIT’s STEM outreach program, which is facilitated by the School of Science. This outreach program welcomes middle and high school students to MIT’s campus to engage in programs within the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) fields. Donovan looks forward to becoming directly involved with similar initiatives in the future.
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