Optimal Energy, Inc. is pleased to announce that Jeffrey Loiter has been made a partner in the firm, joining founder Philip Mosenthal and his partner Eric Belliveau as the third shareholder of the company. Mr. Loiter has been with Optimal for nine years, the last five as a Managing Consultant.
“We are excited to add Jeff to the ownership of the firm,” said Mosenthal. “Jeff has demonstrated a broad range of expertise ranging from complicated technical analysis to developing persuasive testimony on fundamental energy policy issues, as well as leadership in managing staff, clients, and corporate strategy. We are confident that he will continue to apply these skills towards the growth of both the firm and our staff.”
Loiter’s energy experience includes policy, planning and program design, research on renewable and efficiency technologies, electricity transmission systems, integrated resource planning and savings verification. He has designed and developed statewide and utility-specific efficiency programs in several jurisdictions; he currently supports program planning, analysis, and implementation for clients in New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Delaware.
Jeffrey Loiter has more than 16 years of consulting experience in environmental policy, energy, and natural resource issues. He has an M.S. in Technology and Policy from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a B.S. with distinction in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Cornell University.
About Optimal Energy, Inc.
Founded in 1996, Optimal Energy provides a full range of energy efficiency consulting services to investor and municipally owned utilities, program administrators, state and federal energy offices, regulatory commissions, advisory councils, and advocacy groups. It specializes in assessing, developing, designing, planning and launching efficiency programs that effectively address the needs of all stakeholders in a cost-effective, balanced fashion.