Brian draws upon his extensive experience in the energy sector to guide Stream customers through the complex nuances of commodity electricity procurement, demand response, discussions with regulated utilities and more. His in-depth understanding of this dynamic industry, including renewable sources, provides Stream customers with a valuable advantage as they weigh their energy options for both near-term and long-term impact.
Before joining Stream in 2015, Brian served in leadership roles with Portland General Electric, Florida Power & Light and Green Mountain Energy. He has also consulted on national projects supporting the U.S. Department of Energy and the Environmental Protection Agency. Brian holds a Bachelor of Arts from George Washington University and an MBA from the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas, Austin.
December 13, 2018
When it comes to energy procurement – whether conventional or renewable – data centers and other companies can benefit from leveraging outside expertise in energy consumption management, retail electricity contracting and strategic engagements with industry or government recognition programs. Through our Read More
May 16, 2018
All too often, data center users enter new markets and are greeted with unpleasant surprises on their energy spending. For those who are considering acquiring data center space in deregulated markets, including Chicago, the Mid-Atlantic and Texas, this article is intended to drive transparency and uncover cost drivers that will impact your energy spend. Read More
October 25, 2017
It's typical for a company to view energy procurement as simply another cost. Making the time to understand all of the options and what a company is buying is hard because of the complexity involved with the energy market. Read More
October 5, 2017
Choosing a data center location is a vital decision for all organizations. Data center markets offering competitive options, low hazard risk, tax incentives, and business friendly environments are highly attractive to companies with infrastructure requirements. Read More