Tim leads GI Energy’s Analytics team, taking responsibility for assessing the commercial viability of development opportunities, and advising corporate strategy. He has extensive experience in developing and analyzing CHP projects, and has worked on conducting feasibility assessments, tariff analyses and financial modelling of district-scale sustainable infrastructure development. His key projects include the Hunter’s Point Eco-District in San Francisco CA (for which GI Energy is developing recycled water, district geothermal, solar, and battery storage); Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Opportunity Assessment for the University of Maryland; CHP development for the Empire State Building in New York NY and Gateway Plaza in White Plains NY; and Connecticut’s first microgrid in Hartford, CT.
Tim maintains an expert understanding of utility energy tariffs for various regional utility service territories and their associated impacts on various distributed generation assets. Additionally, he monitors the regional policy landscape as it relates to distributed generation, particularly in the Northeast and California. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Loyola University in Maryland and a Master of Science in Environmental Policy from Bard College.