Bill Golove, Ph.D has been working on clean energy projects for over 25 years. His core expertise is project development and finance focusing on clean energy projects in the US and globally. He has also spoken and written widely on a variety of topics of interest to the industry.
Bill Golove, Ph.D experience includes leading the development of approximately 2,000 MW of Texas wind projects to late-stage financing, construction and/or operation. He led development of more than $100 Million of “behind the meter” energy projects, including energy efficiency, solar, demand response, fuel cells and co-generation over more than 500 facilities.
He contributed to the development of the first wind project in Eritrea on behalf of the World Bank. He has advised the US Postal Service, General Services Administration, Department of Energy, Air Force, Department of Veterans Affairs and other US government agencies on renewable power procurement and project development.
He has held executive and consultant positions such as Chief Development Officer forTri Global Energy, a renewable development company, Executive Director of Business Development for Northland Power, an IPP, Senior Business Development Manager for Chevron Energy Solutions.
Bill Golove, Ph.D academic and research experience includes, teaching, research as a Scientist at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, speaking and writing as a nationally-recognized expert in sustainable energy with more than 40 papers and over 100 invited lectures. He was twice awarded the US Presidential Award for Federal Energy Management for his work on behalf of the federal government.
Bill Golove, Ph.D received a Masters and Ph.D. at the Energy & Resources Group at UC Berkeley and an MBA from the UC Berkeley Haas School of Business.