Marc works closely with policymakers and energy industry executives to develop and execute strategic business and policy initiatives, and build successful organizations. His principal practice areas are competitive power market design, wholesale market regulations and policy, and capital budgeting and investment analysis. He has advised investors, developers, utilities, and government agencies and has appeared as an expert before federal and state regulatory agencies on issues including market design and market power mitigation, FERC open-access policy, financial assurance, and resource planning. He holds a part-time faculty position at Clark University’s Graduate School of Management, where he teaches courses in corporate finance and decision analysis.
Marc became president of Daymark in 2015. Before joining our team, he spent 10 years at ISO New England, where he served as director of enterprise risk management, director of market monitoring, and director of market development. Prior to joining ISO New England, he worked almost eight years for Daymark Energy Advisors as a managing consultant and manager of wholesale market analytics. He began his career at New England Power.
He holds an M.S. in Finance from Clark University and a B.S. in Mathematics from Allegheny College.