What’s it all about?
Jeff is Co-founder of an energy storage developer, and long time renewable energy guy. Whilst supporting Jeff build his US team I took the opportunity whilst meeting in New York to discuss the US energy storage market, future opportunities and challenges for this company and the sector, and battery powered heated Ski boots!
About our guest
This week David talks to Jeff Bishop, CEO of US based energy storage developer and start up Key Capture Energy.
As CEO of Key Capture Energy, Jeff is responsible for overseeing mergers and acquisitions, capital allocation, financing, as well as ensuring all regulatory requirements are met. Jeff has spent his career working on utility-scale renewable energy projects and has a proven track record in the energy sector at the intersection of finance, commercial, political and regulatory.
Prior to founding Key Capture Energy, Jeff worked at Brookfield Renewables and EDP Renewables, where among other areas, he oversaw market development that led to contracts for nearly a billion dollars of new wind projects. Previously, Jeff was at Horizon Wind Energy where he was responsible for the financial models for $2 billion of operating wind farms and worked on the sale of the company from Goldman Sachs to EDP Renewables.
Jeff has led or been a board member of renewable advocacy groups such as Renewable Energy Northeast, the Alliance for Clean Energy New York, and the Maine Renewable Energy Association. Jeff has an MBA from the University of Chicago, a BS in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Rice University and is currently working on his MS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Utah.
Jeff Bishop on Linked In https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeff-bishop/
Key Capture Energy https://www.keycaptureenergy.com/
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