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Lance Jordan

CO-HEAD AND CHIEF INVESTMENT OFFICER, PACOLET MILLIKEN POWER & INFRASTRUCTURE

Lance Jordan

CO-HEAD AND CHIEF INVESTMENT OFFICER, PACOLET MILLIKEN POWER & INFRASTRUCTURE

Lance Jordan is Co-Head and Chief Investment Officer of Pacolet Milliken’s Power & Infrastructure Division. Mr. Jordan leads Pacolet’s infrastructure investments and capital markets execution with a focus on opportunities to maximize value creation through distinctive sourcing, deep operational engagement and active stakeholder management.

Prior to joining Pacolet, Mr. Jordan was responsible for Cubico Sustainable Investments renewable energy investments and transaction execution efforts in the US. Mr. Jordan led investment and monetization transactions for Cubico in solar, wind, battery storage and other renewable technologies.

Prior to Cubico, Mr. Jordan was an investment banking Senior Vice President at Goldman Sachs in the Natural Resources Group. While at Goldman, Mr. Jordan led a number of marquis deals in the Power, Utility, Industrial and Renewable sectors. Deal activity included sellside, acquisition and financing transactions in traditional and alternative energy, clean technology and the industrial sectors.

Mr. Jordan also previously held roles in M&A and commodity trading at Deutsche Bank, PSEG and NRG Energy. Mr. Jordan earned an AB in Economics from Rutgers University.

Kent Fonvielle

CO-HEAD AND CHIEF OPERATIONS OFFICER, PACOLET MILLIKEN POWER & INFRASTRUCTURE

Kent Fonvielle

CO-HEAD AND CHIEF OPERATIONS OFFICER, PACOLET MILLIKEN POWER & INFRASTRUCTURE

Kent Fontvielle is Co-Head and Chief Operations Officer of Pacolet Milliken’s Power & Infrastructure Division. Mr. Fontvielle is responsible for Operations of the Division’s operating subsidiaries, including Bushy Park, Hydera and Lockhart Power. Prior to Pacolet, he was an executive with MISO, a regional transmission grid operator, responsible for its South Region. Before joining MISO, Kent held various roles at Duke Energy, from engineering and operations to regulatory affairs.

Kent received his undergraduate degree in civil engineering from NC State and his MBA from UNC- Wilmington.

David Beard

DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT

David Beard

DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT

David Beard is the Director of Development for the Power & Infrastructure Division.

A 25 year associate of Milliken & Company, Mr. Beard worked in six manufacturing plants with positions that included Process Improvement Manager, Plant Manager and Director of Manufacturing before he began working on energy-related issues in the early 1990’s, when he was appointed Manager of Energy.  His responsibilities grew to encompass Purchasing with corporate oversight of the purchase and conservation of all corporate energy and water consumption worldwide.

Mr. Beard is a graduate of the College of Charleston.

Bill Falls

VP, Renewable Energy

Bill Falls

VP, Renewable Energy

Bill Falls is the Vice President of Renewable Energy for Pacolet Milliken’s Power & Infrastructure Division. Previously, Bill was the CFO of Peregrine Energy Corporation. Bill was also Controller for Insignia Properties Trust and a Senior Auditor with Ernst & Young, LLP. Bill is a graduate of Clemson University.

Ralph Walker

Business Development Consultant

Ralph Walker

Business Development Consultant

Ralph Walker is responsible for Pacolet Milliken’s Business Development. Prior to this role, Mr. Walker served as the President of Pacolet Milliken’s Power & Infrastructure Division before retiring.

Before joining Pacolet, he was the Founding President of Peregrine Energy Corporation, where he was responsible for strategic planning, business development, capital investment, and overall corporate management. Under his direction, Peregrine directly invested over $75 million in industrial utility infrastructures, including coal-fired and gas-fired cogeneration systems, process water treatment facilities, chilled water and compressed air systems and numerous types of air pollution control technologies.  Peregrine owned and operated these assets selling electricity to the electric utility grid and steam, chilled water, compressed air, process water and other industrial utility commodities and services to various manufacturing companies. He has over 28 years of experience as president of an independent power producing company.  In 1982, he established Aquenergy Systems, Inc. (later sold to Consolidated Hydro), in Greenville, South Carolina, which was the largest independent developer and operator of hydroelectric projects in the southeast United States. Mr. Walker is a member of the Association of Energy Engineers and is recognized as a Certified Cogeneration Professional.