The Optimism Matters Project Development Work Group

Gary co-founded CPV in 1999 and has helped raise equity funding for CPV’s general business and project activities, exceeding $2.5 billion. Gary has overall management responsibilities for CPV's Braintree office and is a member of the Board of Managers. Today, Gary also plays a significant role in building and directing the business activities of CPV including project development and asset management as well as raising financing for various corporate and project needs. Gary has over 25 years of experience in the competitive energy industry.

Prior to CPV, Gary was a Vice President in the project development group of PG&E Generating Company, formerly US Generating Company. His responsibilities included the oversight of electric development and acquisition efforts throughout the United States.

Prior to PG&E, Gary was a manager of development at J. Makowski Associates and prior to that worked for both Catalyst Energy Construction, Inc. and its spin-off Hydro Power Corporation developing and overseeing construction of 1 to 5 MW hydroelectric projects. Gary holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and is a licensed Professional Engineer in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

The Tennessee Aquatic Project and Development Group, Inc., is a youth based 501 (c)(3) nonprofit

PDGE Project Development Group Europe Oy on itsenäisten konsulttien verkosto, jonka missiona on auttaa asiakkaidemme projektit siivilleen ja lentoon. Meistä voit lukea lisää . Asiakkainamme ovat niin yritykset kuin julkisen sektorin organisaatiot, jotka kaipaavat asiantuntija-apua mm.

annual capital spending plan for the Project Development Group (PDG)

PDGE Project Development Group Europe

Two leadership groups, the Advisory Group (Shou Ling Leong (chair), Stacy Brungardt, Scott Fields, Alec Chessman, and John Waits) and the Project Development Group (Shou Ling Leong, Alec Chessman, John Waits, Jason Chao, and Stephen Scott) were formed to lead the project. Their tasks included defining the curriculum matrix and case outlines, developing 5 pilot cases, and recruiting case authors.