With new technology emerging all the time and innovations abounding at every turn, our industry is filled with change. This isn’t slowing down any time soon, but Franklin Energy stays at the forefront of grid optimization by continuously looking toward the future and what’s coming next. One of the ways we believe in effectively serving the utility of the future is by paving the way for our industry’s future leaders, which is why we are proud to announce our fifth annual Experts of Tomorrow scholarship.
In a rapidly growing and evolving industry, it is important to support those who are actively studying to join our field. We respect their effort and passion for helping all people use our world’s precious resources more efficiently, which is the vision at the heart of Franklin Energy. Their passion and enthusiasm will bring significant change to the industry in the coming years, creating positive impacts on our environment.
The scholarship is open to all juniors and seniors at an accredited college or university who are enrolled in full-time study with a declared major of either environmental science or engineering. Applications are accepted from November 16 to February 1. Four $5,000 scholarships will be awarded to students selected by a non-biased third party panel. Find more details and apply for our scholarship below.
Chief Executive Officer
With over three decades in the demand side management industry and two successful consulting firms under his belt, Paul Schueller is an industry expert poised to leverage innovation and the Franklin Energy team to drive it forward. He leads the executive teams at Franklin Energy and Resource Action Programs to ensure sustainable growth and long-term success for our clients. Since founding Franklin Energy in 1994, he has grown the firm to more than 1,000 employees, along with diverse utility clients throughout the United States and into Canada. Paul contributes to numerous charitable foundations and scholarships for young professionals hoping to build a career in the industry. A mechanical engineer, Paul also holds an MBA from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.