Lisa Lee Morgan joins Team Gemini as both a technical consultant and Stakeholder. Ms. Morgan also co-founded CALOR ENERGY in 2008, and is the President and CEO of the renewable energy consulting company.
Ms. Morgan’s technical proficiency and strategic acumen contribute to the success of eco-industrial parks and energy projects such as the 667-acre ReVenture Park in Charlotte. She has been responsible for directing projects in anaerobic digestion, waste gasification, and solar power, and analyzing the financial and technical feasibility of energy systems which integrate these technologies. She offers clients feasibility analysis and strategic planning for complex sustainable energy projects. She is a licensed architect and holds U.S. Green Building Council LEED-AP accreditation. Ms. Morgan is a native of Charlotte, NC and a graduate of Princeton University with both a BA and Master of Architecture.
The daughter of Bill Lee, legendary CEO of Duke Energy from 1982-1994, Ms. Morgan is the founder and board chair of the Energy Park Foundation, a non-profit whose mission is to support the development of eco-industrial parks on post-industrial brownfield properties. She is a founding board member of E4 Carolinas, the bi-state energy business group that promotes the emerging Energy cluster in the two Carolinas. She currently serves on the advisory board of the UNC-Charlotte Infrastructure, Design, Environment And Sustainability (IDEAS) Center. Previous leadership includes the Levine Museum of the New South Board, UNC-Charlotte Foundation Board, Arts and Science Council Campaign Cabinet, Voices and Choices Environmental Summit, Charlotte Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council, Historic Charlotte Board, and the Carolina Theatre Preservation Society Board.
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Team Gemini, LLC (TG) is a sustainable project design and development company based in Orlando, Florida that develops community-based technology clusters that yield sustainable agriculture and renewable energy.