Provide strategic guidance on clean energy-related matters to utilities, healthcare, public sector, and educational entities.
Develop clean energy investment strategies that effectively use limited resources to achieve attractive returns while mitigating both operational and financial risks.
Dramatically increase the speed and efficiency of closing renewable energy transactions.
Advise public sector entities on effective use of public investment and public policy to stimulate growth in renewable energy and energy efficiency.
Miriam Wrobel is an independent consultant focused on renewable energy and energy efficiency finance. She works with utilities, investors, developers, and major energy users to identify, structure, and execute clean energy projects that maximize both financial and strategic outcomes.
As a Director in Citigroup’s Municipal Securities Division, Ms. Wrobel financed $600 million of solar and wind projects and was an underwriter on NYSERDA’s award-winning Green Jobs-Green New York energy efficiency securitization.
Ms. Wrobel has extensive experience advising municipal utilities and municipalities, including states, cities, nonprofit hospital systems, and educational institutions.
Her expertise includes solar and wind municipal pre-pay power purchase agreements (PPAs), utility and distributed solar development and finance, and third party finance of energy efficiency. Having started her career in institutional real estate investment, Ms. Wrobel is keenly interested in the intersection of clean energy and real estate.
Ms. Wrobel’s expertise includes effectively communicating complex energy finance concepts to non-energy executives, including mayors and other elected officials, CFOs, and other C-suite leaders. She is regularly invited to speak to audiences large and small throughout the country.
Ms. Wrobel holds an undergraduate degree from Stanford University and an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.