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Ron Kelly is a Principal of Brightfields. Mr. Kelly is a veteran energy developer with over thirty years experience in the U.S. power market as a business developer, project manager and engineer.

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Over his career, Mr. Kelly has worked for some of the world's leading energy developers, including Calpine, ThermoElectron, and Advanced Power. Mr. Kelly has extensive experience in design, siting, operations, acquisitions and divestitures within the energy industry, where he has worked with gas turbines, co-generation, wind power, solar power, and biomass projects and as a business developer and engineer designing power project control systems. He has negotiated several power purchase and interconnection agreements with utilities and completed the regulatory process for developing power projects in New England and throughout the United States.

Mr. Kelly is also currently the Senior Energy Adviser to the IGTTC. The International Green Technology Trade Center is a unique business marketplace specifically designed to generate sales and brand recognition for 250+ of the most cutting-edge green technology companies from around the world.

Mr. Kelly, a registered professional engineer, has an MBA from Babson College, BS in Marine Engineering from the Massachusetts Maritime Academy and served in the US Naval Reserves with active duty in the US Merchant Marines.

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