Founded in 2009, GreenerU believes colleges and universities are uniquely positioned to lead the world in mitigating climate change and accelerating sustainability. Our mission is to help them.
David Adamian is the President and CEO of GreenerU. With more than 20 years of engineering and management experience in the energy services industry. In addition to in depth technical expertise, David is skilled at assembling teams to enable success on complex projects.Download CV
Kailash Viswanathan is the Vice President of Operations for GreenerU. He is an experienced energy efficiency business leader with 20 years of experience and a drive to succeed with significant accomplishments in developing solutions that create recurring revenues, crafting customer solution value propositions, training, partner identification and execution.Download CV
Dallase Scott is the Director of Change Management for GreenerU. Dallase is skilled in the nuances of group dynamics and effective facilitation and has leveraged her in-depth knowledge of sustainability, behavior theory, and the operations of higher education to develop GreenerU programs from conception through implementation.Download CV
Rick Studholme is the Vice President of Finance and Administration at GreenerU. He has more than 20 years of accounting and finance experience, mainly in the energy engineering sector. Rick is skilled in developing systems, staff and processes necessary for the growth of the business.Download CV
Dave Dayton is CEO of Clean Energy Solutions which he formed in 2000 to advise municipalities, utilities, and government agencies on energy efficiency program design and renewable technologies. Dave is a pioneer in energy efficiency and a developer of performance-contracting financing techniques that gave rise to the modern ESCO industry.Download CV
Doug Foy is a founder and CEO of Serrafix, a developer of clean tech enterprises focused on energy efficiency, smart growth, sustainable development and climate change. Doug is a nationally known environmental leader and advocate, and he was the first Secretary of Commonwealth Development in Governor Mitt Romney’s administration.Download CV
Paul Gromer is the founder and President of Peregrine Energy Group, an energy consulting firm. Paul was the Massachusetts Commissioner of Energy Resources and the Chairman of the MA Energy Facilities Siting Council. He has served as executive director of energy efficiency and solar energy trade associations.Download CV
Paul Ligon Vice President for Business Development and Strategy at Casella Waste Systems, a provider of waste services, recycling, organic residual processing, energy, bio-fuels, and closed loop recovery solutions to businesses, universities, institutions, and communities in the Northeast. He is an experienced leader on resource management issues.Download CV
Rob Pratt is the founder and Chairman of GreenerU. Rob is a nationally renowned expert in clean energy, was founder and CEO of Energia Global, a company that became one of the leading renewable energy companies in Central America, and served as Director of the Massachusetts Renewable Energy Trust.Download CV
Terry Sobolewski is Senior Vice President and CCO of Customer Organization at National Grid. He is responsible for the company’s sales of gas conversion and energy efficiency programs, gas and electric procurement, and customer analytics. His team provides the linkages between corporate citizenship, economic development and local communities.
Scott Brown is the founder and CEO of New Energy Capital, an investment company which has successfully invested in biofuels, renewable power generation and on-site cogeneration. He has served on the boards of Ze-Gen, Next Step Living and STR, and on the Advisory Council of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory.Download CV
Mark Farber is a developer and financier of photovoltaic installations, and has been a well-known consultant on the global solar power sector. A founder of Evergreen Solar, makers of crystalline silicon solar power products, Mark was president and CEO for almost a decade and was Chairman of the Solar Alliance.Download CV
Dennis Kanin is a principal of New Boston Ventures, a real estate development company, and was a partner and counsel at Foley Hoag. Chief of Staff to Paul Tsongas in the US Senate and House of Representatives, he was national campaign manager for the Senator during his 1992 Presidential campaign.Download CV
Jack Kutner is CEO of Big Belly Solar, a maker of solar-powered trash compactors. Jack is an experienced entrepreneur, investor and private business owner specializing in mission-based companies with an environmental agenda. He is the former CEO of First Data Investor Services Corporation, a $380 million organization.Download CV
Jim Lang is CEO of Decisions Resources Group, a leader in healthcare data, analytics and research. Prior to DRG, Jim was the President and COO of Cambridge Energy Research Associates, a recognized leader in energy research, and also served as President and COO of Strategic Decisions Group, an energy firm.Download CV
Joanna Lau is the founder and CEO of LAU Technologies, a management consulting and investment firm that she formed in 1990. She previously held leadership positions at Digital Equipment Corporation and GE. In 1995, she won the National Entrepreneur of the Year Award sponsored by Inc. and Ernst & Young.Download CV
Herb Magid is Managing Partner of Energy Investors Funds (EIF), private equity funds with an underlying asset value of nearly $20 billion. A member of the Executive and Investment Committees, Herb was an original founder of EIF and is responsible for its overall investment, asset management, strategic planning and operations.Download CV
Mitch Tyson is an experienced executive, entrepreneur and a leader in clean energy. Currently the Co-Chair and Co-Founder of the New England Clean Energy Council, he is the former CEO of Advanced Electron Beams, CEO of PRI Automation, and science advisor and energy assistant to Senator Paul Tsongas.Download CV
At GreenerU, we take our sustainability mission seriously. We recognize that we all must take actions, big and small. Like our college and university clients, we look for the most effective ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Our team members practice sustainability through everyday office practices. Here are some of the things we’re doing:
GreenerUS is a group of GreenerU staff dedicated to realizing the company’s sustainability mission through practicing energy efficiency and change management within our own company operations. The group is composed of four working groups that focus on transportation, energy, material resource management, and engagement.