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Director of Marketing

Local Address: Arvada, Colorado, United States
SkyFuel , Inc.
10701 Montgomery Boulevard N.E.Suite A
Albuquerque , New Mexico 87111
United States

Company Description: Founded in 2007, SkyFuel, Inc. designs and manufactures innovative parabolic trough concentrating solar collectors. SkyFuel collectors harness solar radiation to...   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • M.S. , Mechanical Engineering
  • B.S. , Materials Science
    Rice University
45 Total References
Web References
Board of Directors | American Solar Energy Society, 29 May 2014 [cached]
Alison Mason
Director of Marketing, SkyFuel, Inc.
Alison is Director of Marketing for SkyFuel, a manufacturer of advanced parabolic trough technology. Alison earned her Master's degree in Solar Thermal Engineering at Colorado State University. She has worked in passive solar, solar thermal, and photovoltaics as researcher, advocate, educator, designer, and installer.
Alison was recognized in 2004 by the American Solar Energy Society with the first ever "Women in Solar Energy" (WISE) award and her work has been featured by the Worldwatch Institute Journal and CNN International. Alison has been an ASES member since 2002, and is an ASES Fellow and Chair of the ASES Concentrating Solar Power Division.
Aspen Green Building Conference: October 6-8, 2004: Snowmass Club, Snowmass, Colorado, 3 July 2011 [cached]
click here | Ed Mazria, AIA | Julie Ann Woods | Stephen Kanipe | Alison Mason | David Adamson | Jarrell Wenger | Robert "Sardo" Sardinsky | George McDonald | Kristi Ennis | Doug Graybeal | Annette Stelmack | Randy Udall | Thomas J. Dean | Joe Lstriburek | Paula Baker-Laporte, AIA | Johnny Weiss | Eric Westerhoff | speakers | Speaker Biographies | speakers
- Alison Mason
Alison Mason
Alison Mason, whose work in the field of solar energy was recognized in 2004 by the American Solar Energy Society with the first ever "Women in Solar Energy" (WISE) award, is the principal of SunJuice, a solar consulting and design firm. Alison earned her B.S. in Materials Science from Rice University and her M.S. in Mechanical Engineering, with an emphasis on solar thermal technologies, from Colorado State University in 1993.
Alison has served as the Chair of the Fort Collins Electric Board for the past three years and, in that capacity, lead the development of the City's Renewable Energy Policy - the most progressive policy of its kind in the state. Alison coordinates a Tribal Energy program for Trees, Water, and People; lectures to building professionals on the implementation of solar technologies; and is also the director of SolarBound, the Million Solar Roofs Initiative for Northern Colorado. In 2002, Alison successfully lead an effort to establish the Northern Colorado Renewable Energy Society - an ASES subchapter that advocates the use of renewable energy technologies through outreach and education.
Publicity - Press Releases [cached]
SkyFuel Names Alison Mason Director of Marketing Communications
CSP Key Players Focus on the Desert, 26 July 2013 [cached]
"The outlook for CSP has never been brighter," said Alison Mason, Director of Marketing at SkyFuel.
CSP companies are targeting sun-drenched countries that have solar incentives on the books, said Mason. She said traditional oil-producing countries are "investing heavily in CSP to free up their oil for sale.
Biomass hybrids rival thermal storage for base-load power | CSP Today, 16 Mar 2012 [cached]
Says Alison Mason, director of marketing at the parabolic trough maker SkyFuel: "When an economical source of biogas is available, then a high return on investment can be expected for a CSP-biogas hybrid plant.
Mason of SkyFuel counters that: "These projects are very scalable. The optimum is driven by local incentives and permitting requirements, availability of bio-feed stocks, land and financing."
She adds: "Most hybrid projects are in the 5 MW to 50 MW range; however, there is no technical limit to how large they could grow."
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