Summary of Experience
Briana Adams, Project Manager, analyzes energy asset value issues, municipalization trends, mergers and acquisitions in the energy space, utility of the future initiatives, fuel economics, gas-electric co-optimization, and infrastructure issues. Her recent work efforts have focused on valuing utility energy assets, cost of equity regulatory experience, and developing distribution implementation plans for integrating renewables and advanced technologies into utility operations. Prior to joining Concentric, Ms. Adams held consulting positions at ICF International, with a focus on natural gas energy economics issues, focusing on pipeline infrastructure, shale gas development, economic analysis of LNG exports, and North American gas supply access issues. Ms. Adams has over seven years of international work experience, with emphasis on China and the Middle East. She holds a master’s degree in International Affairs, with a concentration in Energy Economics, from Columbia University, and a bachelor’s degree in Economics, International Management, and Spanish from Hamline University.
M.A., International Energy Management and Policy, Columbia University
B.A., Economics, International Management, Spanish, Hamline University
Concentric was retained by a large U.S. utility holding company to prepare a comprehensive study of the benefits and costs of privatizing the U.S. water industry. This study included consideration […]
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