David is a member of Equilibrium’s Waste and Water team focusing on due diligence and operation management for the Wastewater Opportunity Fund (WOF). David comes to us with a background in due diligence and operations in the chemicals, renewables, utilities and fertilizer industries.
Prior to joining Equilibrium, David was with Consolidated Edison of New York where he was responsible for reliability and dispatch modelling for ConEdison’s steam system. In addition, David regularly interfaced with generating stations and the energy control center to resolve issues related to improving operations and performance. David gained valuable insights into the operational practices of ConEdison’s complex steam system which is the largest commercial steam system in the world and it provides heat to most of Manhattan’s skyline and landmarks (i.e. Empire State Building, Grand Central Station, Freedom Tower, etc.). Prior to joining ConEdison, David spent three years in the consulting industry with Nexant Inc. where he delivered technical, market and strategic consulting services to the energy and chemicals sectors. In addition, he was heavily involved in the technical and market due diligence processes for billion–dollar projects in the oil, chemicals and renewables industries that span the globe.
David holds a master’s degree in chemical engineering from Cornell University and a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from the University of Colorado at Boulder.
During his free time, David enjoys snowboarding, hiking, travelling and outdoor photography.