ENERGY POLICY .
National – Craig Lewis Clean Coalition – 650.796.2353 email@example.com
Clean Coalition works directly with utilities, municipalities, and policymakers to identify and deploy cost-effective local renewable energy. Leveraging our technical, policy, and project development expertise, we seek to accelerate the transition to renewable energy and a modern grid. We conduct renewable energy siting surveys, design procurement and interconnection processes, drive policy innovation, and establish Community Microgrids. Learn more at www.clean-coalition.org Steven Schwartz – Advisian 317.652.7488 sschwartz@Advisian.com Steve is the Practice Lead for Advisian supporting the Distributed Energy Resources (DERs), Microgrids, and Energy Storage markets. Advisian the advisory arm of WorleyParsons, a $5B revenue global leader in delivering engineering services with a long list of clients, and strategic technology partners, encompassing electric utilities, municipalities, independent power producers (IPPs), developers, equipment/product vendors, and financial institutions.
National – Baird Brown eco(n)law LLC firstname.lastname@example.org M 267.231.2310
Baird’s practice includes the development and financing of energy and sustainable infrastructure projects and advice on the regulatory and policy issues affecting such projects. He is counsel to the Microgrid Resources Coalition, and represents state and local sustainability agencies charged with promoting renewable energy, energy efficiency and green infrastructure. He has worked extensively on public/private partnerships and privatization of public services.
National – Patrick Morand Duane Morris LLP 202-776-7874 email@example.com
Practice includes energy regulatory law and renewable energy development. He counsels energy clients including investor owned utilities, public power authorities, regional transmission organizations, renewable energy developers and financial institutions in a wide range of energy regulatory matters.
National – Shalom Flank, Microgrid Architect – 202.797.8820 Shalom.Flank@MicrogridArchitect.com Dr. Flank became the nation’s first “microgrid architect” over a decade ago, and continues to design and develop MW-scale microgrid projects in the U.S. Northeast and beyond. He is also active in the policy, regulatory, and financial innovations needed to propel such projects to success.
National – Ron Kamen EarthKind Energy 845.266.3723 firstname.lastname@example.org NY
EarthKind works at the intersection of Clean Power Projects, Programs & Policy. For more than 30 years, Ron Kamen and his companies, EarthKind Energy & Starphire New Energy Technologies (now EarthKind Energy, a dba of Starphire. Net, Inc) have provided public and private businesses, government agencies, authorities and non-profit institutions with innovative solutions to complex energy challenges. We apply our knowledge of clean energy policy to empower clients with self-financing clean technology projects & programs that harness the incredible forces of nature to build financial wealth— while benefitting the environment & community.
National – Larisa Dobriansky – General MicroGrids 703 989 7639 email@example.com As Chief Business and Regulatory Innovations Officer at General MicroGrids, Larisa Dobriansky helps shape utility regulatory reform, power market design and financing mechanisms to capture the value of advanced microgrid capabilities, that manage and optimize distributed energy resources, to deliver “integrated energy solutions” to power systems and communities; expand “energy-sharing” parameters of energy networks/infrastructure; and foster transactive energy markets
National – Robert Perry Synergistic Solutions 818.384.4557 firstname.lastname@example.org
Robert Perry serves as the Director of Energy Research for the World Business Academy, a 501(c)(3) think tank focused on the role business in
solving humanity’s largest challenges. Mr. Perry researches issues underlying energy generation, transmission and distribution, microgrid, and
storage systems as they relate to development of an integrated distributed energy system capable of operating entirely on renewable energy.
National – Richard Schorske Zero Net Energy Alliance – (415) 310-2407 email@example.com
Optimizing DER and works with cities and large institutions – energy and transportation . Carbon sequestration and land management . Policies in building sector. DNZ at municipal level EV Alliance EV regional plans and blue prints . Largest Low carbon port in Long Beach Vitual power plants and microgrids
National – Vu Nguyen, (972) 652 – 0428 firstname.lastname@example.org Vu provides renewable energy and utility advisory services leveraging his experience in commodity trading, risk management, tariff and policy analysis, product structuring, and origination services. I deliver sustainable outcomes utilizing C&I energy products, carbon offsets, energy efficiency, demand management, and microgrid technologies.
CA – Rick Brown TerraVerde Renewable Partners, LLC Rick Brown PhD – email@example.com 707.953.2885
TerraVerde is an independent energy advisor representing school districts, public agencies, CCAs and commercial enterprises. We help clients reduce energy use and costs by planning, designing and implementing energy conservation measures, solar energy systems, energy storage, Microgrid and other DER solutions.Our Asset Management Services ensure renewable energy assets are maintained to provide optimum performance and maximum cost savings.
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.
VA – Tony Smith Secure Futures – Tony Smith CEO 877-333-3008 email@example.com SOLAR
Secure Futures designs, develops, finances, owns and operates distributed solar photovoltaic (PV) solutions with tax-exempt entities to enhance their sustainability goals and to reduce electricity costs below grid parity – without any capital expenditure.. Our systems protect against future electricity price increases through 20 year solar service agreements. We pass along tax savings to our tax-exempt customers and also provide our customers with opportunities to purchase the systems at fair market values after the depreciation period. We specify American-made products and seek to source labor and professional services locally.. TIP Webinar . Unique Municipal Solar Financing Model & Financing Comparisons.
VA – Cliona Robb ThompsonMcMullan 804.799.4128
Provide advice to municipal governments and other large retail users on energy matters including negotiations with investor owned utilities, electric co-operatives, and municipal utilities. Expertise includes rate negotiations, lobbying, and other matters adverse to incumbent utilities.
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