Since joining NREL in August 2009, Edward led the advisory team for the US Department of the Treasury’s Section 1603 cash grant program—the most successful public-private partnership government policy initiative for altering the energy landscape, with over $25 billion in Treasury incentives reflecting more than $90 billion of combined public-private investment and 33 GW of new power generating capacity. Edward also led the advisory team for the Department of the Interior’s remote community renewable energy microgrid project.
He has more than 25 years of experience providing leadership and advisory services to investors, lenders, and developers in the energy business; and transaction due diligence on more than $100 billion in power generation, petroleum refining, and related energy infrastructure projects.
Energy project finance
Energy project tax matters
B.S. Chemistry, Bob Jones University
B..S Chemical and Petroleum-Refining Engineering, Colorado School of Mines
Executive MBA, University of Denver
Wind Energy Finance in the United States: Current Practice and Opportunities, NREL Technical Report, (2017)
Federal Tax Incentives for Battery Storage Systems, NREL Fact Sheet (2017)
2014 Cost of Wind Energy Review, NREL Technical Report (2015)