Sr. Renewable Energy Project Manager
Allison Rohrs is a Senior Renewable Energy Project Manager with SWCA where she serves as a renewable energy subject matter expert and assists with managing large renewable energy projects and clients. Prior to joining SWCA, Rohrs served as the Director of the SFU Institute for Energy in Loretto, Pennsylvania for nearly seven years. Ms. Rohrs holds a Master’s degree in Energy and Mineral Engineering from Penn State and a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Colorado in Environmental Science. Allison’s graduate research was partially funded by the Wind Energy Foundation and focused on the construction aspects and economics of wind farm decommissioning which was inspired by her work in the field as a wind turbine technician. Allison has been recognized by the Women of Wind Energy as a Rudd Mayer Fellow for outstanding personal commitment and potential to advance the field of renewable energy.
Ms. Rohrs spent the early years of her career working for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service as well as working in Grand Teton National Park. Her experience in the Natural Resources field led to a passion to preserve the planet and ultimately a career in Renewable Energy.