Stephen Wemple


Future of Energy:
DER and Electrification, Distributed System Business Model, Distributed System Implementation Plans, Energy Storage Business Models and Policy, EV Implementation Plans, EV Policy and Charging Investments, FOE Policy and Charging Investments, FOE Policy and Regulation, Grid Modernization/Distributed System Implementation Plans, Heat Pump Implementation Plans, Rate Design and DER Compensation, Resilience Plans

Market Analysis and Resource Planning:
Demand forecasting, Demand response, Distributed Energy Resources, Distributed generation, Energy contracts, Energy efficiency, Gas Market Modeling, Integrated Planning, Integrated resource planning, Market assessments, Market Services, Net metering, New and alternative markets, Procurement and hedging advisory, Product development, Project development, Risk management policies and programs, Smart grid, Transmission planning and cost allocation, Wholesale market design and rules

Cost of service studies (marginal and embedded), Rate design, Regulatory policy, Regulatory strategy, Revenue requirements, Stranded cost recovery

Stephen Wemple

Vice President

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Summary of Experience

Stephen Wemple joined Concentric in 2024 with over thirty years of experience in the energy industry. Most recently, Mr. Wemple served as a senior executive at a large investor-owned utility, with deep experience in developing and implementing clean energy strategies at utility scale.

Mr. Wemple’s expertise is in regulatory and future of energy matters, including green hydrogen, battery storage, wind power development, and energy trading across wholesale and retail markets. He is an effective and well-networked communicator with demonstrated success in shaping energy policy at the New York State and regional levels. Mr. Wemple holds a Master of Engineering and Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Cornell University, and is a past chair of the NYISO Business Issues Committee.



M.E., Mechanical Engineering, Cornell University

B.A., Mechanical Engineering, Cornell University

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