Episode 4: Brandon Hurlbut
On this podcast, host Jon Powers talks with Brandon Hurlbut, co-founder and partner of Boundary Stone Partners, on the role of government in driving clean energy innovation through efforts such as ARPA-E and the DOE’s $38 billion investment fund in clean energy. Boundary Stone Partners is an advisory firm that helps develop business opportunities with the federal government, energy industry, and investment community.
At Boundary Stone Partners, Brandon advises clean energy and mobility companies. He previously served as Chief of Staff and Deputy Chief of Staff to Secretary Steven Chu at the U.S. Department of Energy. He served on the board of directors for DOE’s $38 billion investment fund in clean energy. Mr. Hurlbut served in senior positions on Barack Obama’s first presidential campaign and practiced law at Baker & Daniels after obtaining a law degree from the Georgetown University Law Center.