Author: Mary Prendergast

Due Diligence & Technical Services

Ajinkya Joshi joins E3 Consulting as a Solar Energy Manager

E3 Consulting is excited to announce that Ajinkya Joshi has joined our team as a Solar Energy Manager. Ajinkya joins E3 with a strong background in solar and storage resource analysis and modeling, technical equipment due diligence, and performance testing analysis. In addition to due diligence for greenfield and operating projects, Ajinkya will be offering…
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Newly Released Podcast on Energy Storage Market Trends

In this fast-moving discussion about energy storage, E3’s Ginger Elbaum and Chris Wright talk about the trends that E3 is seeing in the marketplace, particularly with regard to lithium-ion batteries. 

Paul Plath Discusses Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Sequestration

Paul Plath joined legal and technical professionals for a discussion of carbon capture and sequestration as part of Infocast’s virtual CCS/ Decarbonization Project Development, Finance & Investment Master Course (https://lnkd.in/gEHKsF5A) on October 4, 2021. Paul provided an overview of state-of-the-art CCUS technology and equipment, discussing some of the decarbonization projects that E3 has reviewed. E3 has…
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Just posted: “Hydrogen as a Vehicle Fuel” podcast with Al Rettenmaier and Ginger Elbaum

In the third episode of the hydrogen series that is part of The Top Three by E3 Podcast, Ginger Elbaum, managing director of E3, and Al Rettenmaier head of E3’s oil, gas, and chemicals practice, discuss hydrogen as a vehicle fuel.  During this episode, Al and Ginger look at the use of hydrogen as a vehicle…
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Chris Wright speaks at NextGen Stationary Battery Summit, discusses safety trends of Li-Ion batteries

Chris Wright, leader of E3’s energy storage practice, spoke on “Safety Trends in Large Scale Lithium-Ion Battery Energy Storage Systems” as part of the NextGen Stationary Battery Conference on August 11. As the global stationary energy storage market continues to adopt lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery technology at an exponential rate, concerns have been raised about safety.…
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A Look at Trends in the Solar Market: Newly released podcast with Jim Langel

Join Ginger Elbaum, E3 Managing Director, and Jim Langel, Executive Director and Solar Practice lead, for a discussion of what’s trending in the solar market and a look at the headwinds the industry is facing. This is the first episode in a series regarding the solar industry produced by The Top 3 by E3 podcast. Please…
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The Equator Principles: Evolving to EP4

Carol Ho is a Senior Director and leader of E3’s environmental practice. She has been following the changes to the Equator Principles since they were first announced in November 2019. Carol co-authored the above-referenced article with her colleague from Civil & Environmental Consultants, Kris Macoskey, to provide guidance concerning the key changes to the principles,…
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Listen to the second episode in E3’s series regarding Hydrogen: Green Hydrogen: What’s It All About?

Ginger Elbaum, E3’s Managing Director, and Al Rettenmaier, E3’s Oil, Gas & Chemicals practice leader, and an E3 Executive Director, continue their discussion of hydrogen in the second episode of E3’s The Top 3 by E3 podcast. Because green hydrogen is made from renewable energy, it is at the top of the sustainability pyramid and…
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Chris Wright to speak at NextGen Stationary Batteries Conference

Chris Wright, Executive Director of E3’s Energy Storage practice, will be speaking at NextGen Stationary Batteries Conference on August 11, 2021. Chris will be speaking about Safety Trends in Large Scale Lithium-Ion Battery Energy Storage Systems. If you are interested in attending the conference or have any questions about energy storage, please reach out to…
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E3 Consulting Supports Greenleaf Power’s Recapitalization Effort

E3 Consulting served as the Independent Engineer for Greenleaf Power’s recent $37M in project financing from East West Bank to recapitalize its 30 MW Honey Lake Power facility in California and 22 MW St-Félicien Cogeneration facility in Quebec, Canada.  Both plants use woody biomass waste to convert to electricity and have long-term power purchase agreements…
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