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Energy Institute

Overview

The Energy Institute (EI) of the NCPPP provides a forum for Council members with interests in the use of public-private partnerships for energy projects consisting of energy efficiency, renewable energy projects, generation and distribution, and climate change issues. The EI conducts workshops that provide a forum to exchange best practices for the delivery of green sustainable projects, provide information on government programs of grants, loan guarantees and other incentives, and that explore the use of innovative financing techniques to leverage public capital.

Mission Statement

The mission of the NCPPP Energy Institute is to advocate and facilitate the formation of public-private partnerships for energy projects at the federal, state and local levels, where appropriate, and to raise the awareness of governments and businesses of the means by which their cooperation can cost-effectively provide the public with quality goods, services and facilities. This includes the promotion of the use of innovative financing, design-build, performance contracting and other public-private partnership tools, to encourage the broadest acceptance of the use of PPPs, through improvements to the legislative and regulatory framework involved in the development of renewable energy and green sustainable projects and services.

Members

  • Anita Molino, Chair, Bostonia Partners
  • Robert Eidson, Vice-Chair, Booz Allen Hamilton
  • John Bergwell, Chevron Energy Solutions
  • Geri Edens, McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP
  • Roger Feldman, Andrews Kurth
  • Robert Jennings, Gigabit Squared LLC
  • Bob Penn, Bostonia Partners
  • Kenyattah Robinson, Jones Lang LaSalle
  • Roger Stark, Ballard Spahr LLP
  • Dennis Stout, Alvarez & Marsal Public Real Estate Services
  • Mark Wagner, Johnson Controls

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