Kurt Waltzer is the Managing Director for the Clean Air Task Force. He is responsible for ensuring that CATF has the strategic and operating capabilities it needs to carry out its mission. In this role he provides oversight and support of organizational management and administrative activities, as well as ongoing development and implementation of organizational strategy.
In addition, Kurt maintains a focus on Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Sequestration (CCUS) development and deployment under the Fossil Transition program. Kurt was an early advocate of advanced fossil and CCUS in the environmental NGO community and has been working to promote it since 2001. He has led the development of federal and state incentive policies for CCUS, and helped facilitate support for CCUS projects. He’s authored and co-authored several reports and articles as well as managed several economic analyses on low carbon fossil technology.
Kurt has an MBA form the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan and a degree in economics from Ohio State University.