Bill currently works for AECOM, laying the groundwork for $400 million of Energy Performance Contracts for the New York City Housing Authority. Investment grade energy audits for those contracts are set to commence in early 2020, and Bill will be the linchpin of an upcoming AECOM team to manage those projects. Prior to his current challenge, Bill worked for the City University of New York where he led the City of New York’s municipal community solar program. Additionally, Bill was the lead content developer and trainer for the NYC Department of Citywide Administrative Services’ Renewable Energy 101 courses. Bill worked on a broad range of solar policy issues throughout New York State as a policy expert in the NY-Sun PV Trainers Network. Through this program he regularly provided one-on-one technical assistance to municipal officials across the state, trained local government officials and representatives on topics ranging from municipal solar procurement and community solar to smart solar zoning policies. During his time as a PV Trainers Network expert, Bill also led several solar group-purchasing campaigns including Solarize Brooklyn CB6. Bill began his career in energy policy and programs at The Solar Foundation in Washington DC where he was a Program Associate. In that position, he handled communications work and assisted with the inaugural Solar on Schools report and the United States Department of Energy’s SunShot Solar Outreach Partnership. Bill has an M.A. in Public Policy from Stony Brook University and a B.A. in Philosophy and Religion from SUNY College at Old Westbury. When Bill is not in the office, you can find him writing or recording music in his home, swimming in the ocean or enjoying a run.