The presentation will step through the fundaments of Public-Private Partnerships, Energy Asset Concession Agreements, and the next generation of Energy Savings Performance Contracts. From understanding the contractual agreements, elements of risk transfer and different financing mechanisms, the presentation equips all attendees with a better understanding of how innovative financing models can deliver long-term energy savings. Moreover, this presentation will review three case studies to show the challenges and hurdles associated with each type of agreement
Ryan Corrigan, PE, CEM, CxA
Since joining Bernhard, Ryan has specialized in the development and financing of public-private partnership agreements. Ryan has worked with clients to increase system reliability on higher education, healthcare, industrial, local and municipal campuses. These projects have unlocked value in existing utility system to help leverage large-scale improvement projects.
In 2004, Ryan began working in the construction industry where he was employed as a summer help for the Local 562 Plumbers and Pipefitters Union. He has since graduated with a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Missouri-Columbia, and a in the Masters of Business Administration at Washington University in St. Louis.
He now sits on the board of directors for the Missouri Energy Initiative, is the past president of the St. Louis Chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers, was a technical advisor to the ASHRAE GPC 36 committee, is a preliminary judge for Arch Grants and founded the non-profit agency Strange Cares.
Ryan is a licensed professional engineer in the state of Missouri, a certified commissioning authority (CxA) and certified energy manager (CEM).