- President Energy Vision
Matt Tomich is the president of Energy Vision (EV). Since joining EV in 2012, his focus has been on the advancement of sustainable transportation solutions, especially for difficult to decarbonize heavy-duty trucks and buses. Much of his work at EV has looked at the production and use of ultra-low-carbon waste-based renewable natural gas (also known as RNG or biomethane) as a vehicle fuel. This has included research and writing on major RNG initiatives in the U.S. in the dairy, landfill gas, wastewater, residential and commercial waste sectors – research published on Energy Vision’s website and various other government, industry and media outlets. Tomich has also co-authored six Energy Vision reports.
Tomich has been instrumental in coordinating Energy Vision’s various regional, national and international education, outreach and advisory initiatives — since 2013, Energy Vision has participated in various fora and hosted or coordinated more than a dozen “Power of Waste” workshops in the US, Canada and South Africa. His research and writing have appeared in numerous publications, including GreenBiz, The Hill, TriplePundit, The Toronto Star and BioCycle, and he has presented on sustainable waste management and low-carbon transportation at multiple venues across the U.S., as well as in Canada, China and South Africa.
Matt earned a B.A. in Geology from Haverford College and an M.B.A. from Kansas State University. In 2015, he was named one of New York City’s Top 10 Energy Entrepreneurs by the publication Breaking Energy.