Kyle P. Cline
Kyle Cline joined Ecologic Institute as a Transatlantic Fellow from February until May 2013, as a part of a year in Germany as a Robert Bosch Fellow. His research focused primarily on energy issues, particularly renewable energy and grid development, energy security, innovation and technology transfer and clean energy markets, and sustainable systems planning. He is a native English speaker and has a working knowledge of German.
While at Ecologic Institute, Kyle Cline aimed to further his understanding of European Union (EU) and German approaches to energy planning and policy to enable renewable energy and grid expansion, efforts in European energy security, and clean technology innovation and market transfer. In particular, he was interested in innovative public private partnership (PPPs) models in the development of energy infrastructure as well as their role in facilitating market uptake of clean technologies.
Prior to Ecologic Institute, Kyle Cline worked for Climate-KIC Germany in Berlin as part of the Bosch Fellowship, where he supported the analysis and development of the strategic plan for a Sustainable City Systems Platform. Previously, Kyle Cline was the General Manager of the Richard G. Lugar Center for Renewable Energy (LCRE) at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI). In this role, he was responsible for the day-to-day operations of the center, program and project management, stakeholder development and engagement, and external affairs and events.
Kyle Cline holds a Master's degree in Public Affairs with a concentration in Public Management, and a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science, both from Indiana University.