INTERNATIONAL ENERGY EXPERTS .EXPERT.&&……S ………………………….
NY – David Kay – Cornell University, Community and Regional Development institute, 607-255-2123 email@example.com – David Kay is a Senior Extension Associate with the Community & Regional Development Institute (CaRDI) in the Department of Development Sociology. David provides leadership for CaRDI programming in the areas of energy, land use and community development. His work on land use involves research, outreach, and training efforts that attempt to build community-based decision making capacity and to help weave local policy into a regionally coherent fabric. He has increasingly focused on the community and economic development implications of energy transitions. His research and outreach work is especially concerned with building informed decision making capacity in the context of community controversy. David serves on the boards of several city, town, county and New York State State not-for-profit or government organizations concerned with sustainability and municipal land use planning
National – Ron Leonard Eco-NRG llc 845-431-0655 Woodstock – NY
Our ability to access tax equity to allow projects to pencil out has been the method we use to support developers in their efforts to convert the grid to 100% renewable energy. We also design, develop, own and operate distributed generation and energy efficiency projects – primarily photovoltaic (PV), solar heating & cooling (SHC), combined heat & power (CHP), multi-fueled generation (CoGen) and energy storage systems (ESS) from 100KW – 20MW, & micro grids
MD – Norman Lutkefedder, SEED Fund Inc. 510 305 9120 Annapolis MD firstname.lastname@example.org
I have developed policies and programs for National and International solar and renewable energy. Currently involved in International renewable energy planning and development including village electrification. National interest lies with solar energy on landfill.
NY – Terry Carroll, Cornell University, 515,857.5918 email@example.com Terry works with municipal Governments in New York southern tier to promote renewable energy, energy efficiency and resiliency.