Our Vision

A resilient zero-carbon energy system where every organization has a viable, expedient, and cost-effective pathway to renewable energy.

Who We Are

The Renewable Energy Buyers Alliance (REBA) is a membership association for businesses and organizations seeking to procure renewable energy across the United States.

Large energy consumers have the buying power and collective voice that change markets. Energy buyers have a unique and critical role in driving a zero-carbon energy future… but they need help. REBA is the organization to do it.

“REBA offers a very streamlined way to affect the change we want to see in the marketplace—which is increasing and scaling the number of organizations that are procuring renewable energy. REBA's new structure will help accelerate that growth and bring more corporate buyers into the fold—providing more education and more collaboration.”

Nicola Peill-Moelter, PhD

Director of Sustainability Innovation

VMware, Inc.

Our Mission

REBA is an alliance of large clean energy buyers, developers, and service providers that, together with NGO partners, are unlocking the marketplace for all nonresidential energy buyers to lead a rapid transition to a cleaner, prosperous, zero-carbon energy future.

Since 2014, the REBA community has grown to over 200 large energy buyers, and over 150 clean energy developers and service providers. Participants in the REBA community have been a part of 95% of all large-scale US corporate renewable energy deals to date.

With dedicated expertise from four successful nonprofit programs that have helped organizations break through barriers in renewable energy procurement in recent years, REBA’s goal is to catalyze 60 gigawatts (GW) of new renewable energy by 2025, and expand the number of organizations buying clean power from dozens today to tens of thousands.

REBA's Initiatives

Business Renewables Center

As a REBA member who is ready to learn and connect, you can access this Business Renewables Center (BRC) portal that contains all of your membership online tools and resources. These products include: the community marketplace, Buyers Roadmap, primers and guides, academy videos, case studies, transactional templates, and the market analysis platform.

Renewable Energy Buyers Principles

The Renewable Energy Buyers Principles represent large customers’ renewable energy needs and help them streamline solutions for buying cost-effective renewable energy. If your organization is aligned with these six principles and sees how they fit your corporate energy strategy and purchasing goals, you may be ready to add your voice to the Buyers’ Principles.

Green Tariff Tracking

Interested in US green tariff deals and data? You can view an interactive graph that explores the renewable contracts signed by large-scale energy buyers and monopoly utilities via green tariffs. Read publications on the emerging green tariffs in the US regulated electricity markets and see which states offer green tariffs, among other utility renewable energy products.

Future of Internet Power

The Future of Internet Power (FoIP) initiative brings together organizations to address challenges and collaborate on solutions that will advance the movement toward an internet powered by 100% renewable energy. Your organization can turn the six criteria outlined in the Corporate Colocation and Cloud Buyers’ Principles into action by becoming a signatory or supporter.

Our History

One REBA for Buyers and Suppliers

REBA started with a simple idea: organizations should have one place to go for planning and meeting energy needs with clean, affordable renewable energy.

In 2018, four leading NGOS — Rocky Mountain Institute, World Wildlife Fund, World Resources Institute, and Business for Social Responsibility — merged their renewable energy programs, the Business Renewables Center, the Future of Internet Power, the Buyers Principles, and Green Tariff programs. This programmatic consolidation builds upon their collective success and offers a single streamlined solution.

Today's REBA seeks to grow the market for end-user backed renewables from dozens to thousands of organizations nationwide, while advocating for an energy system that meets the needs of all.

Board of Directors

Emily Cichy

Director, Global Public Policy

The Walt Disney Company

Bruce Frandsen

Senior Manager, Global Utilities and Sustainability

Equinix

Peter Freed

Energy Strategy Manager

Facebook

Kevin Hagen

Vice President, Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) Strategy

Iron Mountain

Bruce Harris

Vice President, Federal Government Affairs

Walmart

Nicola Peill-Moelter, Ph.D.

Director of Sustainability Innovation

VMware, Inc.

Jed Richardson

Senior Director Environmental Stewardship

Johnson & Johnson

Max Scher

Senior Manager, Sustainability

Salesforce

Michael Terrell

Head of Energy Market Strategy

Google

Rob Threlkeld

Global Manager – Sustainable Energy & Supply Reliability

General Motors

Chris Wellise

Chief Sustainability Officer

Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Karl Brutsaert

Senior Director, Global Corporate Renewables

First Solar

Jacob Susman

VP, Head of Origination

EDF Renewables

Roxana Popovici

Managing Director

Citigroup Inc

Jennifer Layke

Global Director, Energy Program

WRI

Lou Leonard

Senior Vice President, Climate Change and Energy

World Wildlife Fund

Eric Olson

Senior Vice President

BSR

Marty Pickett

Managing Director & General Counsel

RMI

Miranda Ballentine

Chief Executive Officer

REBA

Advisory Board

Danette Butcher

Energy Procurement

General Motors

Joby Carlson

Director of Sustainable Facilities

Walmart

Steve Chriss

Director of Energy & Strategy Analysis

Walmart

Vince Digneo

Sustainability Strategist

Adobe

Bruce Frandsen

Senior Manager, Global Utilities and Sustainability

Equinix

Illina Frankiv

Global Energy Program Manager

WeWork

Peter Freed

Energy Strategy Manager

Facebook

Paul Gettings

Energy & Conservation Engineer

Johnson & Johnson

Mars Hanna

Senior Lead, Global Energy Policy and Markets

Google

Nicola Peill-Moelter, Ph.D.

Director of Sustainability Innovation

VMware, Inc.

Chris Pennington

CBRE Global Energy Manager

Iron Mountain

Max Scher

Senior Manager, Sustainability

Salesforce

Ryan Spies

Director of Sustainability, Energy and Stewardship

Saint-Gobain North America

Sunil Varma

Director, Environmental Sustainability

The Walt Disney Company

Cherie Wilson

Director, Federal Affairs

General Motors

Karl Brutsaert

Sr. Director, Global Corporate Renewables

First Solar

Ray Henger

Chief Development Officer

sPower

Mark Rostafin

Vice President, Energy Development

Lendlease

Raj Swaminathan

Vice President, Business Development

CMS Enterprises

Jeff Weiss

Executive Chairman

Distributed Sun

Brian Anast

Director

Citi

Erin Craig

Vice President, Energy & Climate Practice

3Degrees

Bryce Smith

Founder & CEO

LevelTen Energy

Marc van Gerven

VP of Onshore Renewable Power

Shell New Energies

Lori Bird

Director, US Energy Program

WRI

Marty Spitzer

Senior Director, Climate & Energy

World Wildlife Fund

David Wei

Director, Climate

BSR

Lily Donge

Senior Fellow

RMI

TBD

EDF-Renewables

Team

Vic Arrington

Senior Fellow

Vic Arrington

Senior Fellow

Vic Arrington is a Senior Fellow with REBA.

Vic has spent his career helping private sector corporations and global non-profits in matters of strategy, marketing, and organization. He worked with McKinsey and Company serving clients in seven countries on a diverse range of projects including corporate strategy, profit improvement, and organization effectiveness. Following McKinsey, he served as a Senior Director and San Diego VP with the cable division of Cox Enterprise.

Beginning in 2000, Vic turned much of his attention to working with global non-profits. He has worked with Save the Children in the USA and the UK on issues of organization and marketing, served Mercy Corps to help develop private sector partnerships, and at the Clinton Climate Initiative, he led the global corporate Real Estate initiative to improve building energy efficiency. He served as EVP with Future Generations, responsible for conservation and development programs in India, Afghanistan, China and Peru. Most recently he served as Senior Vice President of Conservation International responsible for the Center for Environmental Leadership in Business, responsible for programs with roughly 30 major corporations.

Education
Bachelors of Arts, Juniata College
Diploma, Paris-Sorbonne University
Masters of Arts, Temple University
MBA, Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania

Bryn Baker

Director, Policy Innovation

Bryn Baker

Director, Policy Innovation

Bryn Baker is REBA’s Director of Policy Innovation, leading REBA’s work to influence policy to expand opportunities and accelerate new policy approaches that allow all non-residential energy buyers to access cost-competitive renewable energy. Previously, Bryn led World Wildlife Fund’s renewable energy work with large buyers that merged under the new REBA, including the Renewable Energy Buyers Principles initiative. Prior to joining WWF, Bryn worked for the Overseas Development Institute in London and the US Agency for International Development (USAID) on climate change and energy issues. Bryn holds a Masters in Environmental Policy from the London School of Economics and a BA in biology from the University of Colorado Boulder.

Miranda Ballentine

Chief Executive Officer

Miranda Ballentine

Chief Executive Officer

Miranda Ballentine has devoted her career to accelerating the role of advanced energy in national security, economic prosperity, and solving climate change.

In September, 2018, Miranda became the founding CEO of Renewable Energy Buyers Alliance (REBA), an alliance of large clean energy buyers, developers, and service providers who, together with NGO partners, are unlocking the marketplace for all non-residential energy buyers to lead a rapid transition to a cleaner, prosperous, zero-carbon energy future. This new membership-based organization is building a resilient, zero-carbon energy system where every organization has a viable, expedient, and cost-effective pathway to renewable energy.

Miranda joins REBA after serving as CEO of Constant Power, Inc., a Toronto-based developer, integrator, and operator of distributed energy resources. Prior to CPI, Miranda was Managing Director of Rocky Mountain Institute's Business Renewables Center, a member-based platform that accelerates corporate purchasing of renewable energy. BRC members were involved in 100% of corporate renewables large-scale deals in 2018.

From 2014-2017, Miranda served President Obama as the 4th Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Installations, Environment, & Energy, where she was responsible for a $9 billion annual energy budget in addition to environmental programs for 9 million acres of land, 200 miles of coastline, 600,000 acres of forestland, and 270,000 acres of wetlands. She launched the Resilient Energy Demonstration Initiative (REDI), which developed smart, cyber-secure microgrids, including a “Future Forward Operating Base.”

Previously, Miranda was Director of Sustainability for Global Renewable Energy at Walmart Stores, Inc, where she led a team in fifteen countries to develop strategies toward Walmart’s goal to be supplied by 100% renewable energy. These programs identified $1+ billion in potential annual energy savings and 9 million metric tons of avoided greenhouse gas potential.

In 2013, Miranda was selected to join the World Economic Forum’s Young Global Leaders. She has a BS degree from Colorado State University and an MBA from George Washington University. She lives in Washington, DC with her husband, daughter, and step-daughter.

Priya Barua

Senior Manager, Market Innovation & Utility Engagement

Priya Barua

Senior Manager, Market Innovation & Utility Engagement

Priya Barua joins REBA as a Senior Manager for Market Innovation and Utility Engagement. She has expertise on utility business models, regulatory frameworks, and corporate energy buying strategies. Prior to joining REBA, she worked at the World Resources Institute where she helped establish WRI’s work on green tariffs and fostered collaborations between utilities and large energy buyers in traditional, regulated markets, to develop innovative utility business models that support an efficient and economic transition to clean energy resources, including leading the Special Clean Power Council (CPC) for Utilities and Buyers. Prior to WRI, she worked at the World Bank on renewable energy and energy efficiency initiatives in India and Afghanistan. She also worked at ICF International, supporting the ENERGY STAR energy efficiency program, and at IHS Emerging Energy Research, producing solar market development reports on the Asia-Pacific region. Priya holds a Master in Public Policy degree from the Harvard Kennedy School and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Brandeis University. 

Rachel Cadwallader-Staub

Executive Liaison & Assistant to the CEO

Rachel Cadwallader-Staub

Executive Liaison & Assistant to the CEO

Rachel Cadwallader-Staub is the Executive Liaison and Assistant to the CEO. She joins REBA after supporting the BRC team at the Rocky Mountain Institute as Executive Assistant.

Although she has long been a supporter and advocate for renewable energy, Rachel’s previous professional experiences were in the fields of education and agriculture—namely managing, creating, and teaching farm-based education programming in Vermont and Colorado.

Rachel has an M.S. from the University of Vermont in Leadership for Sustainability.  When not at work, you can find her on the beaches of Cape Cod or the mountains of Colorado, always with her human and canine companions.

Julie Casabianca

Senior Associate, Supply Chain & International Collaboration

Julie Casabianca

Senior Associate, Supply Chain & International Collaboration

Julie Casabianca is a Senior Associate on the Supply Chain and International Collaboration team in the Boulder office. Previously, Julie was an energy consultant for the Asian Development Bank (ADB), based in Jakarta, Indonesia, and Bangkok, Thailand. She worked with governments in Southeast Asia to identify, finance, and monitor clean energy projects and programs, including supporting the Cambodian national electric utility with development of a 100 MW solar park and assisting the Indonesian government with clean energy policy reform. Julie also has experience with USAID-funded clean energy projects.

Julie earned her master’s in Regional Planning from Cornell University and a BS in Political Science and BA in Dance from Shenandoah University. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, cooking, yoga, and salsa dancing. You can also find her on the ski slopes and exploring bike trails in and around Boulder.

Jason Colbert

Chief Financial Officer / Chief Operating Officer

Jason Colbert

Chief Financial Officer / Chief Operating Officer

Jason is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) with 20 years of professional experience. He has worked in both the public and private sectors as well as operating his own advisory firm for 13 years.

Jason's industry experience includes government, manufacturing, telecommunications, distribution, and professional services. He is adept in helping companies through initial startup, capital investment, financial distress, re-organization, implementation of internal controls, due diligence and acquisitions.

Jason is fluent in both English and French. He received his B.A.S. (Hons) (Accounting) from York University (Toronto) in 2002 and his CPA designation in 2005.

Tamalynn Custer

Contract Accountant

Tamalynn Custer

Contract Accountant

Tamalynn manages accounts payable, accounts receivable, and payroll while overseeing the integrity of REBA’s financial record-keeping and compliance. This includes managing the monthly close, audit preparation and other external filings.

Tamalynn is the President of her own outsourced accounting services firm that focuses on not-for-profit organizations across the United States.

Applied Associates of Science in Accounting

Bachelor of Arts in International Studies

Lily Donge

Senior Fellow

Lily Donge

Senior Fellow

Lily is an invaluable leader in REBA’s community, as one of the key architects of the BRC for 4 years. As Senior Fellow, she helps REBA with programmatic guidance, member engagement, and staff mentorship.

Lily is a Principal with RMI’s electricity practice, where she leads the Business Renewables Center. Lily focuses on accelerating the market for corporate renewable energy. She is exploring new markets for the rapid uptake of renewable energy and developing tools and products for corporate leaders to purchase renewable energy. Lily joined RMI in December 2014.

Lily has over 17 years experience in sustainability and cleantech investment. Before coming to RMI, Lily led Ernst & Young’s Cleantech knowledge management, where she developed thought leadership and strategy. She previously worked at Calvert Investments, where she managed the environment and climate change team. She has helped launch and manage Calvert’s Sustainability Index, Global Alternative Energy Fund, the Global Water Fund, and the first green bond fund strategy. Lily has covered utilities, alternative energy, and water sectors. She has also worked at the World Resources Institute and in investment services at Donaldson, Lufkin, & Jenrette.

EDUCATION
Masters in Public and Private Management, Yale School of Management
Masters in Development Economics, Yale Graduate School
Bachelors of Arts, Economics and International Relations, Claremont McKenna College

Kevin Haley

Director, Member Value & Engagement

Kevin Haley

Director, Member Value & Engagement

Kevin Haley is the director of member value and engagement at REBA where he oversees the membership program, new business development and engagement with Fortune 500 companies on renewable energy. Kevin has over seven years of experience in the renewable energy industry covering a range of technologies like wind and solar, as well as in-depth work on cross-cutting issues including clean energy finance and public policy.

Prior to joining REBA, Kevin was a program manager at the Rocky Mountain Institute, supporting the Business Renewables Center. While at RMI, Kevin also supported a variety of programs including Sunshine for Mines, the Global Race to Zero Methane Emissions, and the Energy Web Foundation. Prior to that, he was the director of communications at the American Council On Renewable Energy (ACORE) in Washington, D.C. and he has past experience as a consultant to the American Wind Energy Association, the Sierra Club and The Energy Foundation.

Kevin graduated with a B.A. in Political Science from Hope College in Holland, Michigan, and a minor in German. In 2010, he completed an internship in the U.S. House of Representatives. Kevin is an avid skier, golfer and runner in his spare time and enjoys regular travel to visit friends and family in Chicago and Boston.

Monica Jaburg

Deputy Director, Communications and Media

Monica Jaburg

Deputy Director, Communications and Media

Monica Jaburg is REBA’s new Deputy Director of Communications and Media, leading the development and implementation of a comprehensive communications strategy to support the transition to a zero-carbon energy system. With a decade of experience steeped in environmental and energy related organizations, Monica leverages the understanding of emerging market trends and stakeholder priorities to create products that resonate with target audiences. Previously, Monica was responsible for the management of the $520 million Renewable Power communications portfolio in support of the Deputy Assistant Secretary at the U.S. Department of Energy. Monica’s passion for sustainability and forging a pathway to accelerate clean energy stems from her science-based background; she holds a Bachelor’s in Biology and a Master’s in Energy and Sustainability, both from George Mason University. Monica’s thesis focused on addressing deforestation on the island of Hispaniola and how to reduce the disproportionate impact it has in tropical regions.

Robin Kane

Head of People

Robin Kane

Head of People

Robin is the REBA team’s Head of People. She has held human resources leadership positions in major companies in the private and public sector. She has used her broad experience across education, technology, consumer packaged goods, organic food, and manufacturing to support executives in their mission to build outstanding workplaces and achieve business results.

In addition to senior HR certifications, Robin also holds a B.A. in French and an M.S. in Adult Education from the University of Pennsylvania, and an MBA from the University of Colorado at Denver. She lives in Denver, CO with her family.

Joshua Kaplan

Senior Associate, US Education and Engagement

Joshua Kaplan

Senior Associate, US Education and Engagement

Josh Kaplan is a Senior Associate on REBA's US Education and Engagement team in their DC office, where he focuses on creating opportunities, in partnership with the REBA community, for members to obtain the tools and resources needed to effectively engage with today’s clean energy market.

Josh joins REBA from WWF, where he worked with large energy buyers to find innovative solutions to scaling renewable energy programs. Through managing initiatives such as the Renewable Energy Buyers' Principles, he has had the opportunity to contribute to REBA's growth and be inspired by its community since 2016. Prior to this, he worked with the US Department of Energy to help produce several reports on the agency's sustainability commitments. He began his career at American University's Office of Sustainability, where he designed community-focused behavior change programs to help achieve ambitious goals including carbon neutrality.

Josh holds a BA in environmental studies and MS in sustainability management, both from American University. He's a native of the small but mighty state of Connecticut. In his spare time you can find him exploring the incredible natural areas of the mid-Atlantic region, reading classic science fiction, and cheering on the Washington Nationals.

Alexander Klonick

Senior Associate, Supply Chain & International Collaboration

Alexander Klonick

Senior Associate, Supply Chain & International Collaboration

Alex is a senior associate with the Renewables Energy Buyers Alliance based in Boulder. He began working with REBA while on the Business Renewables Center team as an intern during the summer of 2016 where he focused on developing the market analysis platform. Most recently he has been administering the BRC member portal, tracking and maintaining the deal database, managing the BRC’s boot camp series, and assisting with the development of multiple initiatives including REBA’s Supply Chain program, RMI’s Cities Renewables Accelerator, and Pembina Institute’s BRC Canada. Alex is passionate about opening new markets and scaling impact by developing digital resources that streamline decision making and build community.

Prior to joining RMI, Alex worked at a vehicle telematics startup company, consulted on the development of an online water conservation tool for agricultural stakeholders, taught English as a second language, and volunteered on an Engineer’s Without Borders project in Panama. Beyond energy, he has applied his skills to co-found the North American Coalition for Insect Agriculture. The group is working to establish the nascent industries related to insects as feed and food by organizing the varied interests and resources. He is especially excited by the potential of the feed industry to address two significant ecological issues, food waste and over-fishing.

Alex graduated from Duke University with a master’s degree in Environmental Management with a concentration in economics and policy. He also earned his BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Michigan. In his spare time, you can find him designing a tiny home, cooking, tinkering, or exploring the vast rich outdoor experiences Colorado has to offer.

Chris Mathey

Senior Director, Market & Policy Innovations

Chris Mathey

Senior Director, Market & Policy Innovations

Chris is the Senior Director of Market and Policy Innovations, based in DC.  He leads the Policy Innovations team, as well as the Market Innovations team. Chris has over 20 years of expertise in policy, government relations and renewable energy. He held positions with Constellation Energy as Director of Federal Sales and Federal Affairs and, most recently, was the Director of System Sales at WGL Energy, responsible for project originations, business development, strategy, and developing customized energy solutions across multiple markets.

Chris holds a BA in Political Science (cum laude) from Clemson University and an MBA from George Washington University. He and his wife, Kristy, along with their two kids, Luke and Taylor, are always on the go- jetting from one extracurricular activity to another. 

The Matheys, who live in Vienna, VA, are avid tennis players and Chris enjoys helping coach his kids’ sports teams.  Outside of work Chris loves all things outdoors, so when he is not in the office you can find him on the ski slopes, at the golf course, on the W&OD trail cycling, participating in a triathlon, visiting his parents at Keuka Lake, and on Saturdays in the fall watching his Clemson Tigers on the gridiron.  He is also a history buff and he and his family love to travel. 

Sarah Mihalecz

Director, Education & Engagement

Sarah Mihalecz

Director, Education & Engagement

Sarah Mihalecz is the director of REBA’s education and engagement work. She focuses on developing and delivering resources to the REBA community to accelerate the movement to renewable energy.

Sarah joins REBA from Tata Sons where she led Sustainability for North America. Before joining Tata Sons, she was Senior Manager in Deloitte Consulting’s Sustainability for 5 years. At Deloitte and while at ICF Consulting and GHD Consulting, she worked with major retailers, consumer goods companies, federal, state, and local governments, and small start-ups to measure and manage environmental and sustainability issues and conduct carbon inventories, life cycle assessments, and develop public reports. Sarah was also the World Bank Sustainability Coordinator.

Sarah has a Bachelor of Science from James Madison University in Integrated Science and Technology and a Master’s in Environmental Management from Yale University with a focus on Industrial Environmental Management. She has served on the alumni board of Yale University and advisory board for non-profit, The Nature Generation.

Sofia Mongeon

Program Intern

Sofia Mongeon

Program Intern

Sofia Mongeon joins REBA in their DC office as an intern, supporting several teams to help plan the Spring Members Summit, among other projects. She has previously served as a Corporate Renewable Energy intern at WWF since January 2018, where she conducted research on state and federal-level energy policy and played an important role in organizing the Fall 2018 REBA Summit.

Sofia also completed two congressional internships with the office of RI Senator Sheldon Whitehouse in both DC and Providence, where she had the opportunity to attend briefings and hearings on several topics including clean energy initiatives. She has also channeled her passion for the environment into internships and volunteer opportunities with Save the Bay Narragansett, Plan International and the Audubon Society of Rhode Island.

Sofia is a senior at American University, and will be graduating in May 2019 with dual undergraduate degrees in Business Administration and Environmental Studies with a specialization in sustainable business practices. At AU, she has worked as a Student Sustainability Educator and served as treasurer for the Students for Zero Waste club. Sofia is a proud native of Rhode Island, and spends her free time hiking, sailing, reading mystery novels, and playing tennis.

Chris Partridge

Associate, Membership & Marketing

Chris Partridge

Associate, Membership & Marketing

Chris Partridge is an Associate on REBA’s Membership & Marketing team working in the Boulder office.  His work experience includes office administration, sales, and many, many years of customer service.  He is dedicated to ensuring REBA continues to add value, quality, and create exceptional experiences for all of its members.     

Chris holds a BA in English from Colorado State University and received his MBA from Western Governors University. 

Mark Porter

Director, Supply Chains & International Collaboration

Mark Porter

Director, Supply Chains & International Collaboration

Mark moved to Renewable Energy Buyers Alliance (REBA) from Rocky Mountain Institute’s Business Renewables Center (BRC) initiative in March 2019. Mark continues to support the BRC initiative across all areas and grow REBA’s membership. Specifically Mark is developing initiatives to support supply chain engagement and international collaboration between NGOs acting in this space worldwide.

Mark also supports Rocky Mountain Institute’s BRC China program, where Mark and the China team work to accelerate renewable energy transactions for companies and their supply chain partners in China.

In 2007 Mark connected personal passion with professional experience and specialized in the renewable energy sector. Mark worked for Ernst & Young’s transaction-focused renewable energy group for nine years. Working with projects across the technology spectrum in Europe, Canada and North America.

Mark joined Rocky Mountain Institute’s Business Renewables Center program in March 2016, working to accelerate offsite non-utility procured renewable energy transactions. Mark has developed a growing number of resources to help buyers and sellers, including a transaction rationale diagnostic tool for buyers and a boot camp training series for project developers. He has planned and executed five, 400-person events where stakeholders from across the non-utility procurement sector gathered to collaborate and accelerate the market.

“The sustainability professionals who are charged with implementing the carbon reduction programs in their organization have very little help and it's usually not their day job. So they need all the help they can get in order to actually map out a course for doing these kinds of deals. REBA events are so important to them.”

Peter Mostow

Partner

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