Zac Bloom joined CES in 2012 and is the Vice President, Head of Renewables & Sustainability. He primarily consults with universities and large commercial customers on energy procurement strategies as well as utility tracking and budgeting. In addition to commodity procurement services, Zac assists clients with sustainability consulting such as greenhouse gas accounting, climate action planning, renewable energy procurement, and energy master planning. Prior to joining CES, Zac worked for almost a decade as a fully licensed professional in the investment banking and financial services industries. He received his master’s degree from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. His research was focused on energy benchmarking and data visualizations for large data sets associated with building resource consumption profiles. Zac also co-manages some of the firm’s largest educational client accounts and oversees all the CES efforts in renewable energy and sustainability.
Ken Glanton started at CES as an Energy Analyst in 2019 and was promoted to Senior Product Developer in 2021. At CES, Ken's responsibilities include financial and energy analytics, as well as data processing and visualization. Prior to CES, Ken worked in public accounting as both an auditor and tax accountant. He holds a B.S. in Accounting, Finance, and Economics from the University of Maine.
Henry Toulmin joined CES as an Energy Analyst in 2021. Henry’s primary responsibilities here at CES include data visualization and analytics. Prior to CES, he held an internship with the Tri-State Transportation Campaign in New York, where he worked to improve the safety, accessibility, and sustainability of the transportation sector of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. Henry graduated from Colby College in 2021 with a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Science, concentrating in energy and climate.
Tyler Watson first joined CES in 2015 as a Pricing & Procurement Associate and then worked alongside the Data Services team as a Data Analyst. Tyler transitioned into the role of Product Developer in 2022. Tyler's responsibilities at CES include supporting the Data Services team in administration and development of current and future products, maintaining data flows related to reporting, and supporting CES departments in the implementation of automation and visualization technology. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Information Systems from the University of Colorado Denver and resides in Denver, Colorado.
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