Donny is partner at inodú. He has more than 13 years experience in the renewable energy and aerospace industry. He has consulted for startups, Fortune 500 companies, and government agencies to help them execute innovative energy, water and sustainability projects.
As part of inodú, Donny has participated in a broad range of projects in U.S., Chile and Latin America, including supporting the development, construction and operation of of solar, wind, biomass, natural gas, storage and hydro projects. Additionally, he has led business development, worked on energy policy, market analysis and energy/operational efficiency studies.
He provided planning and project management advice to the leadership team in charge of the development and construction of close to 2 GW of wind capacity across the U.S. and Mexico. He supported the construction of three wind farms in the U.S. amounting to over 600 MW of wind capacity. Additionally, he had the opportunity to support ARPA-E in the development of alternative commercialization strategies for their superconductor technology.
Prior to inodú, Donny worked at Booz Allen Hamilton where he focused on helping define and transform complex projects , including NASA's Orion spacecraft. He worked for the CFO of the U.S. Department of Energy, supporting the development of a solar innovation strategy to guide resource allocation decisions across the nation’s solar innovation pipeline and technology portfolio.
Mr. Holaschutz received his Masters in Management and Engineering from the MIT Sloan School of Management and the Engineering Systems Division at MIT. While at MIT he specialized on energy systems, sustainability, product strategy and innovation. He received both a Bachelors and Masters in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. He has supported projects for the U.S., Mexico, Chile, Colombia, Peru and Bolivia.