Mike focuses on renewable energy, carbon capture, battery energy storage systems for tax equity partnerships and sale/leaseback arrangements. He has extensive knowledge of transmission lines, combined cycle, simple cycle, coal/lignite and nuclear, co-generation, hydro, solar photovoltaic, onshore wind, offshore wind power facilities, and a variety of other assets. For the past fifteen years, most of his work involves renewable energy projects with federal grants, investment tax credits and production tax credits. His primary clients are developers and sponsors, tax investors, tax counsels and financial advisors.
Prior to joining Kroll, Mike worked as a managing director at JLL, building the Renewable Energy Valuation practice for tax equity partnership and sale/leaseback transactions.
Mike began his career at General Public Utilities (now First Energy) as a strategic analyst. Earlier, he also joined Deloitte’s Valuation practice working on domestic and cross-border energy transactions. Then, he opened a renewable energy company and worked with an international renewable energy company as a developer/originator. At Honeywell, Mike was a business development manager for implementing utility demand response, energy efficiency and renewable programs. Previously, Mike has also worked at Marshall & Stevens and assisted to build the Structured Finance practice, which grew from four to 15 people and was valued approximately $100 billion in fair market value (FMV) over nine years.
Mike holds a B.A. in economics from the State University of New York at Buffalo and an EMBA in finance from the New York University Stern School of Business. He is affiliated with the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME).