MARLBOROUGH, Mass., April 1, 2019 /CNW/ -- Concentric Energy Advisors, Inc. (Concentric) is proud to announce the appointment of Forrest Small as a Senior Vice President based in Concentric's Marlborough, MA headquarters. As a highly-experienced senior member of Concentric's Future of Energy team, Forrest will focus on Grid Modernization and Distributed Energy Resource (DER) integration.
Forrest is a licensed professional engineer with twenty-nine years of combined experience in management consulting, transmission and distribution planning, and operations at an electric utility. He previously led teams at Black & Veatch Management Consulting and Bridge Energy Group. Forrest's most recent work has focused on the development of operational strategy for integrating DERs with retail and wholesale markets.
"I'm excited to be working with the talented and knowledgeable team at Concentric," said Forrest. "Transformation of the energy sector is causing utilities to look for integrated provider solutions from experienced experts. With its Future of Energy team, Concentric is uniquely positioned to advise utilities dealing with new challenges."
"We are very excited to welcome Forrest to the Concentric team," said John J. Reed, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Concentric. "He is a thought leader in the Future of Energy space. By leveraging Forrest's engineering and utility operations background, Concentric will offer clients a cohesive Future of Energy strategy that combines technology, finance, and regulatory services."
Concentric Energy Advisors specializes in management consulting and financial advisory services with a focus on the North American energy industry. Through its subsidiaries, CE Capital Advisors, Concentric Advisors ULC, and Concentric Energy Publications, Concentric provides capital market advisory support, consulting services in Canada, and publishes The Foster Report. Information about Concentric Energy Advisors is available on the company's website, Twitter, and LinkedIn pages, which can be accessed via ceadvisors.com.