Drew Price Speaking at the PJM Market Summit
Drew Price, Hexagon Energy’s Managing Director, will be speaking at the upcoming PJM Market Summit to be held September 7-9, 2016 in Philadelphia, PA. Drew will be part of a panel on the “Impacts of the EPA CPP stay on stakeholders throughout PJM”, sharing both his current perspective leading renewable energy development and his past experience working with the EPA on market-based programs. If you’re planning on attending the PJM Market Summit, please stop by to say hello.
About the PJM Market Summit
Infocast’s PJM Market Summit, set for September 7-9, will bring Policymakers together with Utility, IPP, DR, and Renewables executives to examine the fundamental shift in PJM rules that are driving changes and creating new paradigms in the market. Stakeholders will explore state power policies impact on the PJM market, examine the opportunities for renewable energy, storage, and DR, and provide their perspectives on new projects in the PJM market.
About Drew Price
Drew Price is the Managing Director of Hexagon Energy, LLC, an independent renewable energy development firm based in Charlottesville, Virginia. Drew is responsible for the strategic direction and general operations of the company. As Managing Director, Drew is engaged in all facets of the business, including program and policy analysis, site selection and acquisition, project design, energy modeling, interconnection, permitting, off-take agreements, and project financing.
Drew started Hexagon after 11 years at IT and policy consultancy SRA International, where he was Director of Environmental Markets. At SRA, Drew and his team were responsible for the design, implementation, and operation of multi-national, national, and regional energy and market-based emissions reductions programs for the world’s major economies. While at SRA, Drew also worked closely with the EPA Clean Air Markets Division on the design and implementation of Clean Air Programs, including managing the multi-year modernization of U.S. EPA measurement, reporting, and verification (MRV) and public data reporting systems. He served as a senior advisor to clients, providing guidance on emerging topics such as market oversight, security, system integration, and program development.