Our team is led by veterans of the largest Independent Power Producers (IPP) with decades of collective experience in project development, finance, construction and operations. We are dedicated to developing best-in-class clean energy solutions that deliver reliable clean electricity for utility and corporate energy consumers, produce predictable yields for project owners, and enhance landowners’ income.
Our Team, Delivering Decades and Gigawatts of Experience
Chief Executive Officer
Rob Masinter is a renewable energy veteran with extensive experience in development, finance, construction, operations, and product management in the energy and technology industries.
As co-founder and chief executive officer (CEO), he is responsible for Redeux Energy’s strategy and execution, including building out a best-in-class, high-performing team. Prior to Redeux, Rob was COO of AES Distributed Energy, where he scaled engineering, procurement, construction and asset management teams and processes to increase annual deployment capacity by a factor of 10. Rob also served as the general manager for AES’ US battery energy storage fleet and as a member of AES’ corporate deal team for renewable acquisitions including sPower. Prior to AES, he led product management and field applications engineering for Advanced Energy’s solar inverter business. Prior to Advanced Energy, Rob co-founded OpTerra Energy Services, an ESCO roll-up backed by Oaktree Capital and eventually sold to ENGIE in 2016. He holds an MBA from the Tuck School at Dartmouth College, an MS in Earth Science from Stanford University and a BA in Geology from Middlebury College.
Vice President, Finance
Christina Derlath is a business executive with extensive experience in project finance and tax in the renewable energy industry. Christina is responsible for Redeux Energy’s project finance, tax structuring and business projections. Prior to joining Redeux, she worked in Mergers and Acquisitions at KPMG, leading advisory work for large renewable energy sponsors and developers and providing them with a full suite of M&A services, including acquisition structuring, modeling, due diligence, operational advice and disposition planning. Christina has a strong understanding of the financial and tax technical issues that commonly arise with partnership flip structures. She is a CPA and holds a MAC and BSBA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Vice President, Market Strategy
Steve Drew, Vice President of Market Strategy, is responsible for fundamental energy market research and cultivating relationships with Regional Transmission Operators (RTOs), utilities, and corporate counterparties that manage and purchase power. Steve has over 20 years of leadership experience in the regulated energy space, competitive transmission, biofuels, and renewables. During his career with Borrego, NextEra, and OG&E, Steve has bridged FERC, RTO, and State policy to successfully deploy strategies that include over $1.4 billion in regulated transmission investment and more than 1 GW in solar and energy storage. He holds an MBA from the Indiana University Kelley School of Business.
Vice President, Land
Garrett Gill is a renewable energy and utility professional with over 23 years of nationwide experience in the land-related aspects of utility-scale solar, wind, high voltage overhead/underground electric transmission and distribution project development. He brings a depth of experience in right of way land acquisition, GIS mapping, title research, permitting, public outreach, database development, and project controls for regulated and non-regulated electric utilities as well as independent power producers.
As Redeux’s Vice President of Land, Garrett oversees land acquisition for utility-scale solar and storage project development, along with related GIS, title and curative, and program administration. Before joining Redeux, Garrett served as Executive Vice President of the Power Group at Contract Land Staff (CLS), working on a range of projects, from 300GW of early to mid-stage solar and wind development projects to over 6,000 miles of right of way for electric transmission and distribution development. Additionally, Garrett held senior positions with Coates Field Service and TRC.
Prior to pursuing his energy career, Garrett proudly served our country in the U.S. Army for 11 years, with one of his most prestigious assignments being an official escort to the President of the United States in the 3rd U.S. Infantry Presidential Honor Guard.
Director, Program Management
Jared Ivie is an experienced program management professional with over a decade of experience in various energy industries, including renewables and oil & gas. As the Senior Manager of Program Management, he is responsible for continuous improvement of Redeux’s stage-gate development process, including tracking the status and risks of the Company’s regional prospecting and project pipeline.
Before joining Redeux, Jared led a team at Xcel Energy to support the development of a 4 GW portfolio of utility scale solar, battery, and wind projects. During his decade with Xcel, he was responsible for continuous improvement initiatives related to project and portfolio management of large capital programs. He has a degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Colorado Boulder and is a licensed Professional Engineer (PE) and Project Management Professional (PMP).
As Controller, Lea Jensen brings a wealth of Finance and Accounting experience to Redeux Energy. Lea will ensure accounting accuracy, efficiency, and provide strong leadership to our core accounting business processes. At Redeux, she is responsible for implementation of best standards pertaining to financial operations, and the establishment, growth, and execution of the internal accounting function.
Prior to joining Redeux, Lea served as Financial Controller and launched the accounting function at Scout Clean Energy. Prior to Scout, she served as Assistant Controller for Commercial Transactions at RES Americas, where she was responsible for all internal and external financial reporting for commercial operations. She has a strong foundation in utility-scale renewable energy that spans development, construction, and asset management.
Lea holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from the University of Nevada, Reno and started her career with Deloitte where she earned her CPA.
Ashley McMacken has over a decade of experience supporting and providing leadership to large teams. As the Executive Assistant for Redeux Energy, Ashley will provide administrative support to the CEO and management team. She will also be the office manager for our new Denver HQ location at 600 17th Street.
Prior to joining Redeux Energy, Ashley was the Office Manager for Thoroughbred Management, where she had a unique role supporting many of Thoroughbred’s portfolio companies including Redeux Energy. Prior to Redeux and Thoroughbred, Ashley had a career in the healthcare industry which included managing multiple clinic locations throughout the Denver Metro area.
Vice President, Corporate Development
Mark Raventós is a global renewable energy business leader, with extensive experience leading the development, engineering, M&A, and execution of renewable energy projects across the globe since 1997.
As Redeux’s Vice President of Corporate Development in Denver, Mark leads M&A strategy and execution. He is responsible for cultivating relationships with early-stage developers and project owners that include IPPs, utilities, and infrastructure funds.
Mark’s solid track record includes over 17 years of experience at Acciona Energy – a global renewable energy leader – where he was part of its international leadership team. During his time between Madrid, Bangalore, Mexico and Chicago, he successfully developed or acquired over 3GW of wind and solar projects in the Americas, India, and EMEA. Over 1GW are now operational world wide, with nearly 800MW under construction in the US.
Prior to Acciona, Mark worked in CESA, an IPP wind platform backed by venture capital to grow its international business. The company was acquired by Acciona in 2006 for $1.5 billion. Additionally, Mark started his career as an industrial engineer on wind projects at the US wind developer Seawest.
Mark holds a MS in Industrial Engineering from the UPC – Barcelona Tech University, an Executive MBA from EOI Madrid, and has completed the CMI program at the Booth School of Business of the University of Chicago.
Director, Human Resources
Shannon Ross is Human Resources executive with more than 20 years of experience in the energy industry within the public, private and government sectors. She brings a wealth of experience in people leadership and organizational development along with a focus on growing people and the business. As a member of Redeux’s leadership team, Shannon is responsible for the development and execution of people strategies, the overall HR function, and process implementation in alignment with a rapid growth trajectory.
Prior to joining Redeux Energy Shannon served as a People, Experience and Technology senior leader with Amazon; Director of HR, North America with Strad Energy and has held several senior HR positions with Utility and EPC business on the regulated and non-regulated sides of energy. She holds a Master’s degree in Organizational Management, and a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration both from the University of Phoenix.
Vice President, Engineering
Vice President, Engineering
Milap Shah is an experienced renewable energy and utility professional with over 25 years of expertise in engineering, including transmission interconnection, development engineering, execution engineering, procurement, construction support, and operations support. Milap is the Vice President of Engineering at Redeux Energy, where he is responsible for developing the team and processes to execute transmission planning, facility engineering, and permitting functions for renewable projects that enable the growth and quality of the company’s renewable energy project pipeline.
Prior to joining Redeux Energy, Milap worked as the Director of Engineering for EDPR NA, where he successfully scaled EDPR NA’s engineering capabilities to support the design, procurement, construction, and handover to Asset Management of over 8 GW of renewable projects. He also led the Development Engineering team that supported hundreds of projects in the Development pipeline. Throughout 15 years at EDPR NA, he also led technical due diligence for several project acquisitions. Before joining EDPR NA, Milap spent ten years in the transmission planning group of CenterPoint Energy, an investor-owned utility company.
Milap holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Houston and is a licensed Professional Engineer in the state of Texas.
Leif Bang is a renewable energy developer with a background in biology and environmental permitting, supporting solar, wind and energy storage projects across the WECC since 2010.
Prior to joining Redeux, Leif was a developer and permitting manager for IPPs where he helped bring hundreds of MWs of renewable energy on-line, originated utility-scale solar projects across the WECC, and completed due diligence review for countless projects nation-wide. Early in his career, he had the unique opportunities to work with endangered Mexican gray wolves and kick-start the natural resources program for a tribal community in New Mexico, both experiences that he draws from regularly when approaching the challenges of renewable energy development. Leif holds a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University of New Mexico.
As Director of Development at Redeux, Leif is spearheading efforts to grow a robust pipeline of utility-scale solar and storage projects in the WECC, from origination through mid-stage development.
Shawn Blazer has worked in renewable energy project development for more than five years, overseeing dozens of assets in various stages of development. As a Manager of Development at Redeux, Shawn is responsible for driving value-adding development activities for the company’s multi-GW utility-scale solar, and battery storage project pipeline, including interconnection studies, permitting, and tax abatement. He is also involved with greenfield prospecting to select target points of interconnection and related land acquisition.
Prior to joining Redeux, Shawn was a project developer at Strata Clean Energy, where he was responsible for a portfolio of early- to late-stage assets in the Southeast, representing over 600MW. Shawn also has extensive experience with project transactions, having played an instrumental role in multiple project sales and financings. Shawn graduated from North Carolina State University with a BS in Environmental Science.
Director, Corporate Development
Andy Hixson is a chemical engineer with nearly 20 years of experience in project finance and development activities in the renewable energy industry, including project acquisitions, contract negotiations, permit applications, engineering due diligence, and pro forma development.
At Redeux, Andy is responsible for utility-scale project development and is an architect of the company’s proprietary development process. Prior to joining Redeux, he served as E3 Consulting’s practice lead for solar and energy storage projects. Andy’s solar PV experience includes the review of more than 9 GW of projects at nearly 500 sites in North America. He has also managed due diligence services for more than 500 MW of standalone battery storage projects and approximately 1 GW of solar + storage projects. Andy has a M.S. in Global Energy Management from the University of Colorado at Denver School of Business and a BS in Chemical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Andrew Makee is a renewable energy development professional with more than 13 years of experience guiding utility-scale wind and solar projects through late-stage development across several U.S. markets — developing over 600MW of currently operating assets. Andrew draws from his deep experience managing internal teams and consultants in greenfield site acquisition; transmission studies; electrical interconnection; and environmental, local, state, and federal permitting.
As Director of Development at Redeux, Andrew is responsible for utility-scale solar and storage projects from origination through early- and mid-stage development across several regions of the US. Before joining Redeux, Andrew led Avangrid Renewable’s solar portfolio expansion into the Southeast, building a 2GW+ portfolio of mid-to-late-stage development assets. Andrew also worked with Orion Renewables on utility-scale wind and solar projects across SPP, ERCOT, MISO, and SERC. Andrew holds an MBA from Western Carolina University and BS from Miami University in Ohio.
Senior Manager, Development
Krishan is a clean energy and real estate professional responsible for advancing Redeux’s pipeline of utility-scale solar and storage projects throughout Texas and the Midwest. He brings 10 years of experience in the renewable energy, finance, and real estate development disciplines. He is passionate about sustainable development, economic growth and the built environment.
Most recently, he spent nearly five years leading real estate development projects for Port KC, a large economic development agency in Kansas City, MO where he managed real estate activities for a vibrant, 85-acre master-planned waterfront property in downtown Kansas City. He has experience in public/private financing, financial modeling, bond financing, and complicated projects that require significant public assistance. Prior to this, he spent several years in the renewable energy industry, including with First Solar.
He holds an MBA in Finance from Sam Houston State University and a degree in Sustainability and Renewable Energy from Arizona State University. He is a LEED Accredited Professional and a licensed realtor in the states of Missouri and Kansas.
Director, Storage Development
Mike Toomey has more than 14 years of experience in the renewable energy industry in development, strategy, origination and negotiations, policy, operations, and construction. He has worked directly on the development of over three GW of projects, ranging from solar thermal, wind, solar PV, solar PV + storage, thermal storage, and battery energy storage systems. As Director of Storage Development at Redeux, Mike is responsible for the go-to-market strategy for storage applications and development of standalone storage projects in target markets. Working with Redeux’s development team, he guides the storage elements of solar PV + storage projects throughout the US.
Prior to Redeux, Mike worked in development and origination roles at Tesla, Recurrent Energy, and NextEra Energy Resources, as well as held a board seat at the California Energy Storage Alliance and Interwest Energy Alliance. He continues to serve as a mentor for the MIT Clean Energy Prize. Mike holds an MBA from University of California, Berkeley Haas and a dual degree in Mechanical Engineering and Spanish from the University of Notre Dame.
Dan White started his career as an environmental consultant and has spent the last 12 years developing utility-scale solar, wind, and storage projects across several RTOs in the United States. Dan is Director of Development at Redeux and focuses on utility-scale solar and storage project development, including greenfield site identification and control, permitting, interconnection, and securing tax incentives.
Prior to joining Redeux, Dan directed solar and storage greenfield development and project acquisition in National Grid Renewables’ Southeast Region. He also worked at Southern Power Company, a subsidiary of Southern Company, where he developed wind, solar, storage, and natural gas-fired power plants. Dan also has extensive experience conducting due diligence on energy development projects and operating plants for potential acquisition and divestiture. Dan holds a BS in Geology and an MS in Environmental Engineering, both from the University of Alabama.
Analyst, Land Acquisition
Holly Ausseil is a land professional with an extensive background in public and private land departments, specializing in GIS. As a Land Analyst, she supports the land leasing and site acquisition for utility scale solar and battery storage through the analysis of land viability, market valuations, and GIS application development and deployment throughout Redeux Energy’s development portfolio.
Prior to Reduex, Holly worked in land departments for various energy companies and the federal government and has also worked as a flight attendant. She holds a graduate certificate in GIS from the University of Denver, as well as a Bachelor of Science in Geography with a minor in Geospatial Science from Sam Houston State University.
Manager, Land Acquisition
Nathan Eubanks is a land professional with over a decade of energy industry experience supporting various stages of energy project development through leasehold acquisition, contract negotiation, land due diligence and management of sub-surface assets. As a Redeux Land Manager, Nathan is responsible for executing the company’s regional land acquisition strategy and process across ERCOT and other targeted markets.
Prior to joining Redeux, Nathan worked as a Landman for Grey Rock Investment Partners, managing its portfolio of non-operated working interest assets and supporting strategic acquisition and divestiture transactions. He also worked as a Vice President at JPMorgan, providing fiduciary oversight of sub-surface assets for its Private Bank clients, and as an independent consultant and project manager working on behalf of E&P clients researching both surface and mineral ownership, acquiring oil and gas leases, curing title, and performing transaction due diligence. Nathan holds a BSBA from the University of Denver.
Analyst, Land Acquisition
Henry Ferrill supports site acquisition and local affairs for Redeux. He provides analytical support for market valuation, portfolio management and local regulations while evaluating and advancing purchase or leasing opportunities. Prior to Redeux, Henry worked at Cadence Capital Partners, where he assisted in capital allocation for a wide variety of commercial real estate development projects across the United States. Henry attended the University of Denver, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Real Estate and Construction Management, with a concentration on Real Estate Finance.
Analyst, Land Acquisition
As a Land Analyst, Patrycja supports market selection and prospecting land leading to site selection for the leasing and development of utility scale solar and storage throughout Redeux Energy’s development portfolio. Her responsibilities include GIS land analysis, data organization and structuring support, portfolio management, and evaluating and advancing purchase or leasing opportunities.
Prior to Redeux, Patrycja worked for Sonder Energy, where she assisted by searching for prospective land and analyzing certain criteria for utility scale solar projects across the Mid to Eastern United States. Patrycja graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she earned a degree in Environmental Studies with a minor in Geographic Information Systems.
Senior Manager, Land Acquisition
Joe Martin is a land professional with comprehensive knowledge of surface and sub-surface land issues relevant to energy project development and operations. With over 15 years in the energy sector, Joe has deep experience with nearly all facets of surface land and mineral negotiations, mineral title, prospecting, and due diligence. As Manager of Land Acquisition at Redeux, Joe is responsible for landowner relationships and leasing as well as regional prospecting to identify site control opportunities and trends for solar and storage project development.
Before joining Redeux, Joe spent 10 years as the President and Owner of High West Resources, Ltd., a land brokerage company servicing large and small clients throughout the Rockies — most recently focused on solar development. Prior to starting High West Resources, Joe worked as a Surface Land Negotiator at Noble Energy, Inc. He is a graduate of Xavier University with a joint degree in Business Administration and Entrepreneurial Studies.
Manager, Land Acquisition
Angelee Ritchey is a seasoned land professional with over 16 years of experience in the acquisition and leasing of undeveloped land throughout the state of Texas. She has deep experience in nearly all facets of surface land and mineral negotiations, mineral title, prospecting, and due diligence.
As a Redeux Land Manager, Angelee is responsible for regional prospecting to identify site acquisition opportunities and trends for solar farming and storage project development. She is skilled at building and maintaining excellent landowner relationships and facilitating win-win land acquisition in even the most demanding financial markets and regulatory conditions. Before joining Redeux, Angelee spearheaded leasing for mining and energy properties, commercial property acquisition, and active property and lease management. She also served for nine years as a general contractor, giving her knowledge across all aspects of commercial and industrial operations.
Angelee has held a Texas Real Estate license since 1994, when she first joined the Texas Association of Realtors. She studied business and real estate at Texas Tech University.
Senior Manager, Land Compliance
Jen Smith, as Sr. Manager of Land Compliance, is responsible for management and oversight of land analysis, document administration, internal and external title research requirements, data integrity, KPI Reporting and Land Standard Operating Guidelines.
Jen is a Coloradan with over 20 years of experience in the energy industry and holds a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA). She holds industry certifications including: (CPL) Certified Professional Landman, (CPLTA) Certified Professional Lease and Title Analyst, and (CDOA) Certified Division Order Analyst.
Senior Manager, Land Acquisition
Matt Trice is a land professional with over 10 years of experience in the energy industry. Matt has a comprehensive understanding of the acquisition and leasing of land as well as easements for the development of wind, solar, transmission lines, and battery assets. He has also earned the prestigious rank of Senior Right-of-Way Agent from the International Right-of-Way Association. As Manager of Land Acquisition at Redeux, Matt is responsible for optimizing and executing the company’s regional land acquisition strategy and process in MISO and Southeast markets.
Prior to joining Redeux, Matt worked for some of the energy industry’s largest and most innovative companies, including Nextera Energy, sPower, and AES, where he led a team involved in leasing and acquisition endeavors that extended throughout the entire East Coast and into the Midwest. Earlier in his career, Matt worked as an independent consultant for organizations such as Chesapeake Energy and Energy Transfer, performing duties that included mineral leasing/title, surface leasing/title, due diligence, title curative, site acquisition, and project management in oil and gas. Matt holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Hawai’i.
Engineering, Technical Services & PMO
Manager, Environmental and Permitting
Cory Haynes has worked in the renewable energy industry for more than five years, supporting utility-scale solar and battery energy storage projects nationwide in various stages of development. As the Environmental Permitting Manager at Redeux, Cory is responsible for supporting all aspects of local, state, and federal permitting and compliance for utility-scale projects.
Prior to joining Redeux, Cory was a Project Manager at Jacobs, where he was responsible for the environmental and local permitting for a wide range of renewable projects across multiple regions. Cory has extensive experience with Clean Water Act Section 404 permitting, Endangered Species Act Section 7 & 10 consultation, wetland delineations, threatened and endangered species surveys, and state/local permitting. Cory graduated from the University of Georgia with a BS in Wildlife Sciences.
Manager, Program Management
Isabel Ahrendt is an experienced professional based in Denver with a background in capital project management, business intelligence, and technology product management. As a Manager of Program Management, she is responsible for delivering continuous improvements to support the development of Redeux’s best-in-class platform. This will include the buildout of data visualizations that support our business strategy and deliver insights that improve productivity, value delivery and scalability.
Isabel is joining the team with nearly a decade of experience across multiple industries. Before joining Redeux Energy, Isabel led a team at Salesforce as a Product Manager, delivering a software product roadmap using the Agile development process. Prior to Salesforce, she worked in Food & Beverage manufacturing, managing capital projects for Nestle, in addition to developing analytical skills as a Business Intelligence Analyst. She has a Chemical Engineering degree from the University of Illinois, including a technical semester abroad in France.
As a Senior Scheduler, Justice Napier is focused on enhancing Redeux’s scheduling and project management best practices. Justice brings a strong background in project and portfolio scheduling, and his role entails optimizing the planning, tracking, and reporting of various aspects of the company’s operations, including Redeux’s prospecting and project development process.
Before joining the Redeux team, Justice honed his scheduling skills at the third largest oil refinery in the United States and most recently at Xcel Energy. Complementing his practical experience, Justice holds a degree in Computer Aided Design. Justice has the drive and technical expertise to understand and improve complex programs of work to support the Redeux’s ambitious goals.
Analyst, Program Management
As a Program Management Analyst at Redeux Energy, Rosie’s focus is to facilitate the use of schedules for active projects and prospecting activities. Additionally, her work enables continuous improvement of processes and tools to support the evolving Redeux platform.
Prior to Redeux, Rosie worked on the development operations team for a community solar developer based in Colorado. After helping expand the company’s land opportunities by performing site origination and analysis for viable community solar garden locations, she aided in pushing projects forward via permitting efforts and progress tracking.
Rosie has a Master’s degree in Renewable and Sustainable Energy from the University of Colorado, Boulder. During her time in the Masters of the Environment graduate program, Rosie concentrated on solar development and exploring opportunities for agrivoltaics implementation within the Colorado landscape.
Sr. Manager, Transmission Engineering
Sr. Manager, Transmission Engineering
With over a decade of experience in the power and energy industry, Henry Yang is an accomplished professional in planning, power flow studies, strategy development, and negotiations. He has a proven track record of success in directly overseeing utility-scale transmission studies for renewable project development across all major ISOs in the United States.
As the Senior Manager of Transmission Engineering at Redeux, Henry works closely with Redeux’s development team to refine prospecting activities and evaluate interconnection system impacts.
Before joining Redeux, Henry held utility-scale project study roles at various energy development and consulting companies. He also served as a transmission planning engineer at MISO and ATC, and as Senior Project Manager at China Resources. Henry holds a master’s degree in Electrical Engineering Power Systems from the University of Wisconsin Madison. He is also a certified Project Management Professional.
Finance, Planning & Analysis
Senior Analyst, Corporate Development
Tyler Alexander is an experienced corporate development professional with a background in transaction execution, corporate finance, and strategic advisory. At Redeux, Tyler is focused on M&A strategy, analysis and execution.
Before joining Redeux, Tyler served as Manager of Corporate Development for NovaSource Power Services, a global leader in solar O&M. Prior to NovaSource, he worked as Senior Analyst of Corporate Development for Navigant Consulting (now Guidehouse). Tyler began his career at Hammond Hanlon & Camp (“H2C”), an investment banking and strategic advisory firm focused on the healthcare sector. Tyler holds a BBA in Corporate Finance from The University of Texas at Austin.
Analyst, Energy Markets
As an Energy Market Analyst, Larson Baker supports Redeux’s market strategy team. His responsibilities include data organization, analysis, and market research on Regional Transmission Operators (RTOs) and utilities across the United States. Prior to Redeux, Larson worked for Industria Partners, where he researched industrial decarbonization, renewable infrastructure, renewable services and climate technology for newsletters and press releases focused on trends and tailwinds in renewable energy markets. Larson attended Colorado College, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Economics and Environmental Studies.
Analyst, Energy Markets
As an Energy Market Analyst, Justine Eberhart supports Redeux’s market strategy team. Her responsibilities include data organization, analysis and market research for Regional Transmission Operators (RTOs) and utilities across the U.S. Prior to joining Redeux, Justine worked as a digital marketing strategist, specializing in content creation and search engine optimization. Justine attended Furman University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Environmental Studies.
Senior Analyst, Finance
Jack Thompson is a Senior Analyst in Finance with a background in both corporate and project finance. As a key member of the finance team, he is responsible for developing financial models and analysis for a variety of Redeux’s renewable energy projects and plays a key role in maintaining Redeux’s corporate financial projections.
Before Redeux, Jack worked in Project Finance at Catalyze, mainly focused on M&A transactions in the renewable energy industry. Jack gained experience in tax equity and debt structures through commercial and industrial project level financing. Jack holds an MBA with a specialization in Corporate Sustainability through Colorado State University, as well as a bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Michigan.
W. Aaron Bowlds
W. Aaron Bowlds
W. Aaron Bowlds co-founded Thoroughbred Holdings, a holding company backed by Yorktown Energy Partners to own, operate and invest in energy, energy infrastructure and natural resources assets. He has served as a board member since 2015 and as managing director since 2016. He served as executive vice president of Terminal Holdings LLC from 2016 through its successful exit in 2018 to a consortium led by Tallgrass Energy. He is also founder and managing director of Zydeco Holdings, – which is redeveloping the site of the Willow Glen Terminal, a 2.2 million barrel multi-modal liquids terminal, on the Mississippi River. In 2020, he founded Redeux Energy.
Mr. Bowlds previously served as head of corporate development and general counsel for a global technology company backed by Blackstone, senior counsel at Level 3 Communications and held numerous executive and director roles in multiple industries, with deep experience in operations, M&A, public and private financing transactions and distressed investing. He began his career at the law firm K&L Gates focused on M&A and financing transactions and holds a Juris Doctorate from the University of Kentucky College of Law.
Charles R. Wesley, IV
Charles R. Wesley, IV
Charles R. Wesley, IV co-founded Thoroughbred Holdings, a holding company backed by Yorktown Energy Partners to own, operate and invest in energy, energy infrastructure and natural resources asset. He has served as a board member there since 2015. He also served as president since 2014, and CEO since 2016. Additionally, Mr. Wesley serves as founder and managing director of Zydeco Holdings which is redeveloping the site of Willow Glen Terminal, a 2.2 million barrel multi-modal liquids terminal, on the Mississippi River. He is a Director of Redeux Energy.
Mr. Wesley previously developed the RAM Terminal site in Louisiana and served on its board until its successful exit to a consortium led by Tallgrass Energy. He is an independent director on the Board of Hallador Energy. Prior roles include serving as chief planning and commercial officer of Ramaco Resources, and senior counsel at Level 3 Communications, where he was responsible for the operation and ultimate disposition of the company’s coal mining operations. He began his level career at the law firms of Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld and Strasburger & Price, focusing on international energy transactions. He also worked as a mine engineer with a coal company. He is an active private investor in natural resources, financial technology and craft brewing and is a board member across multiple industries and philanthropic organizations. Mr. Wesley holds a Juris Doctorate from the University of Kentucky College of Law and a Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering from Virginia Polytechnic Institute.
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