Financial and Economic Analysis for Investing in Renewable Energy and Energy Markets
Monday, January 30 | 4:00 - 5:00
Belk Library Lecture Hall Room 114
FREE and open to the public
Entropy Investment Management was founded on the principal that the combination of an efficient physical market (energy) coupled with a highly complex commercial market structure comprising regulations, tax incentives, and rapidly changing cost dynamics, will create systemic arbitrage opportunities.
David March will present and discuss how Entropy views the renewable energy market dynamics and how the firm identifies areas and segments for investment and the financial, economic and mathematical techniques required.
*Attendance will be kept for faculty offering extra credit for students.*
David March, Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Entropy Investment Management, brings 35 years of experience in technology development, operations and executive management to the firm. Prior to co-founding Entropy, David was founder and CEO of a high technology startup developing instrumentation for pharmaceutical development as well as COO of 3 high technology companies and VP of R&D and Product Development. David is a Magna Cum Laude Graduate in Engineering Chemistry with two academic awards in analytics from Lehigh University where he also received his MBA in Finance. David’s career has been focused on process optimization where he has been awarded two patents in energy, process and material optimization in complex processes and has published 10 articles on a variety of business process improvements.
Entropy Investment Management provides complete cost-effective, quality and innovative solar energy solutions to commercial, government and educational customers and financiers. Their client tailored solutions include project design, development, financing, installation and on-going maintenance and support. Entropy has pioneered the development of solar power projects in the United States with more than 200 projects completed and over 440 MW in operation or under development, investing over $500 million in renewable energy projects.
The Sustainable Energy Speaker Series is sponsored by Appalachian Energy Center and the Department of Sustainable Technology and the Built Environment.