Michael F. Freeman, MBA, LEED AP O+M

Michael Freeman’s career in energy and environmental management spans more than 30 years and includes renewable energy project development, financial analysis, sustainability, and project administration. He is also experienced in developing sustainability plans and in the implementation of energy efficiency and waste management studies and programs. Some of his more recent experience includes the following work:

· Developed Capex and O&M cost models for implementing a municipally-sponsored rooftop solar project for Providence, Rhode Island. 

· Derived LCOE cost curves and evaluated PPA sale leaseback structures vs sole ownership.

· Provided IoT consulting services to Department of Defense regarding Advanced Metering Infrastructure and EPAct of 2005 compliance.

· Managed Measurement and Verification program to support PECO compliance with Act 129 demand reduction requirements.

· Evaluated commercial energy users in Philadelphia Navy Yard for PIDC to determine feasibility of On-bill financing to finance energy efficiency measures.

· Prepared and submitted EPA Portfolio Manager Benchmarking reports to City of Philadelphia Office of Sustainability for commercial clients.

Mr. Freeman’s financial expertise includes, life cycle cost estimating and financial modelling, taxation and financial reporting and budgeting and cash flow management. 

Mr. Freeman has utility and commercially-sized renewable energy development experience including directing environmental and financial site reviews, developing and negotiating host community economic development agreements, originating power sales contracts, and monetizing GHG credits for biomass fueled power plants. He has successfully pursued multi-million dollar DOE grants for the development of off-shore wind power projects.


· La Salle University, Philadelphia, PA, M.B.A., Finance and Marketing

· Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, B.S., Environmental Resource Management




· Member, Cheltenham Township Environmental Advisory Committee