As an accomplished and respected expert with more than 30 years of experience, Mr. Englander advises clients in electricity market economics, design, and operation, renewables, transmission, and generation. He brings great depth and breadth of understanding to tackle challenging electricity market issues, with a proven track record of winning client assignments and managing teams to deliver high-quality results.
As President of Longwood Energy Group, Mr. Englander is leading projects to quantify the economic benefits and value of clean and renewable energy investments, develop clean energy technology, and procure energy supply.
Mr. Englander is also Co-founder and President of FLxDER Inc., an early-stage startup developing cloud-based electric vehicle charging optimization software for fleets.
Prior to forming Longwood Energy Group in 2012, he served as Director at Charles River Associates for eight years, where he focused on clean and renewable energy, electricity market economics and operations, and energy regulatory and litigation support. While at CRA, Mr. Englander developed and maintained relationships with senior executives in the energy industry to grow CRA's consulting business, created business development opportunities, qualified consulting leads, wrote proposals, negotiated contracts, led consulting engagements, and provided executive oversight on project delivery.
As Vice President of Tabors Caramanis & Associates from 1995-2004, Mr. Englander focused extensively on transmission pricing, contracts, and power market design, while evaluating and shaping the restructuring of the electricity industry. There, he testified as expert witness in a number of large cases involving wholesale electricity and transmission contracts in U.S. and internationally, taught courses on electricity markets for numerous market participants and regulators, and led R&D efforts on price-responsive commercial and industrial control technologies.
From 1990-1994, Mr. Englander was a Senior Analyst with New England Electric System (now National Grid), planning, evaluating, and providing regulatory support for the company's demand side management programs. Prior to joining NEES, he researched and developed building energy efficiency technology at Princeton University's Center for Energy and Environmental Studies.
Mr. Englander has a M.S.E. in Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering from Princeton University, and a B.A. from The Evergreen State College.
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