Greg Simmons is a Director in Guidehouse’s Energy, Sustainability, and Infrastructure segment. A recognized leader in sustainability and energy management, Greg has more than 20 years of experience meeting the complex challenges of large commercial, industrial, institutional, and governmental clients. Greg’s areas of specialization include energy supply, energy risk management, carbon abatement strategies, energy efficiency projects, renewable generation, and distributed energy solutions.
Greg’s successful projects include the deployment of a worldwide sustainability strategy for a global chemical corporation, development of an advanced energy risk management program for a leading food and beverage brand, and the integration of solar assets, battery storage, and traditional generation into a single campus microgrid.
Greg has previously held leadership positions at Siemens, Pepco Energy Services, and Statoil Energy managing functions in the areas of sales, account management, retail electricity, retail natural gas, energy/sustainability consulting, and energy performance contracting.
Greg holds an M.B.A. from the University of Maryland and a B.S. in Public Administration from George Mason University. Greg has also completed the Executive Integral Leadership program at the University of Notre Dame.
M.B.A., Corporate Finance, University of Maryland B.S., Public Administration, George Mason University Certificate, Executive Integral Leadership, University of Notre Dame