Greg Simmons, Director of Energy, Sustainability and Infrastructure Consulting at Guidehouse
Greg Simmons is the director of energy, sustainability and infrastructure consulting at Guidehouse, working out of Fairfax County, Virginia. He is an “action-oriented energy and sustainability strategist” who has successfully led energy and environmental organizations, fostered team-oriented cultures, and repeatedly produced solid growth, according to his LinkedIn profile.
Simmons’ areas of specialization include energy supply, energy risk management, carbon abatement, energy efficiency, project finance, renewable generation and distributed energy solutions.
Simmons has been working at Guidehouse, a provider of advisory, consulting and managed services, since August 2019. In his current role, he works with investors, large corporations, governments, utilities and institutions to overcome complex sustainability and energy management challenges.
Prior to Guidehouse, Simmons was the managing director of enterprise client solutions at Siemens. In his almost eight years with the company, he managed several commercial, industrial and governmental clients through the implementation of national and global energy and sustainability solutions.
Earlier in his career, Simmons served as the vice president of retail energy supply at Pepco Energy Sevices. In that role, he successfully managed a department of more than 20 employees to fulfill contracts with large commercial and governmental customers for electricity, natural gas and other solutions.
Simmons earned his degree in public administration from George Mason University – Schar School of Policy and Government.
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