Paul joined GEG in 2020, bringing ten years of experience in a ten year old storage wave. For nine years he worked to Director level positions with Viridity Energy Solutions, responsible for over a gigawatt of resources. Throughout his career, he led Viridity’s USA Demand Response & Energy Management business unit, expanding the Consumers Energy partnership to over 200 sites and 500 MW, closing Viridity’s first ever owned battery asset at the ACUA Wind Farm. He has also played a key role in expanding the PJM battery operational footprint by dozens of MW, including the SEPTA transit 10MW+ portfolio to nine sites and the 7MW+ Minster, OH project. Paul holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering with minors in Physics & Economics from the University of Delaware, along with a Lerner MBA with a focus on Finance & Entrepreneurship. He also serves on the Young Professionals in Energy Philadelphia board as the development chair.
Brennan is a business development and origination leader with 15 years of energy experience with a broad network of energy and industrial contacts, deep understanding of energy markets and an expertise in energy engineering and optimization. He specializes in the development of close relationships with hard-to-reach targets within utilities and the energy industry, to further origination, project development and M&A goals of developing large and small-scale renewable projects. Brennan has a BS and MS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Mitali has a deep interest in renewables and the impact it can in creating a sustainable and clean energy landscape across communities and countries. In 2016, Mitali worked at the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center, reviewing grant applications for cleantech research, as part of their Industry and Innovation Support team. She also has prior solar experience, working on developing community solar projects; she worked on the site acquisition team at Bluewave Solar, a Boston-based solar development company in 2017, and at CleanChoice Energy, a Washington DC-based company, working on renewable energy development and state policy and regulatory analysis. Mitali graduated from Northeastern University, with a BSc in Environmental Science and has an MA in Environmental Resource Policy from the Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration at the George Washington University.
Kevin Parzyck has over 35 years of experience in the development, design, and implementation of large-scale infrastructure and building projects and over 10 years developing utility-scale renewable energy projects throughout the US. He has successfully developed over 4,500 megawatts of wind, solar and energy storage project and the associated project debt and equity financing of over $3.5 billion. He has negotiated over $700 million in Power Purchase Agreements with utilities and other associated energy off-takers as well as over $1 billion of Asset Purchase and Sale Agreements for wind energy developments.
Mr. Parzyck has experience in the areas of nuclear power plant analysis and design, high-rise and low-rise building design and construction, wireless telecommunications and renewable energy. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and a Master of Engineering degree in Structural Engineering from The University of California, Berkeley, and is a licensed Structural Engineer and Professional Engineer in the State of Illinois. He has extensive experience with television, radio and print press relations and the breadth of public relations efforts associated with the development of controversial building projects.
Mr. Ytzhaki joined Doral Group over a decade ago. He oversees technology and project design globally. Mr. Ytzhaki is widely considered to be one of Israel’s top experts in the solar industry. He earned a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Ben-Gurion University.
In addition to being CEO of Doral Group Renewable Energy Resources Ltd., Israel, Mr. Noyman has served as a Director for Global Energy Generation since its inception. As an electrical engineer, Yaki designed Israel’s first commercial solar facility in 2007. He was on site to electrify it for the first time. Now, under his direction, hundreds of solar facilities have been electrified and the portfolio of new projects exceeds 3 gigawatts. Prior to Doral Group, Mr. Noyman was an engineer for Israel Railways. He earned a BS in Electrical Engineering from Tel Aviv University and is an MBA candidate at Bar-Ilan University.
Tim is a passionate believer that renewable energy can be a major driver in reducing our reliance on fossil fuels and has over a decade of experience working to help make that a reality. In 2007 he started in wind project development in the eastern US with Gamesa Energy, then expanded internationally as a consultant in 2012 to help bring online Panama’s first wind farm. Most recently, as a Director of International Development for Invenergy, Tim oversaw project development and M&A efforts in six countries which resulted in the construction or acquisition of 140 MWs of operating renewables projects and a gigawatt of advanced stage development assets. Tim graduated from Penn State with a BA in International Relations, has an MBA from IESE in Barcelona, and is a Fulbright Scholar.
Dori also co-founded Doral Group Ltd., Israel’s leading developer, owner operator of renewable projects. For over 30 years Mr. Davidovitz has led real estate and energy businesses in Israel and in Europe. He holds a B.S. in Economics from Tel Aviv University.
Nick has 15-years global experience leading energy project development. For nine years he served as Co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of EmberClear, a developer of utility scale energy projects. Before co-founding Global Energy Generation LLC, Mr. Cohen managed development of energy and desalination projects for Chicago-based Invenergy, a leading developer, owner operator of renewables. Mr. Cohen earned a BS in Business Administration from Drexel University and an MBA from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business.