Mr. Wiley provides project management, thermal and power system feasibility, design, efficiency, decarbonization, operation, and commissioning expertise. His background includes years of feasibility and engineering design experience in the renewable, fossil, and nuclear industries. He has extensive knowledge in the area of power equipment and systems as well as years of on-site domestic and international construction experience. He has combined heat and power plant engineering design and feasibility experience, with a focus on power systems, while managing project deliverables and schedules. These technical and financial feasibility system designs have included gas and steam turbine generators, reciprocating engine generators, heat recovery steam generators, organic Rankine cycle (ORC) units, fuel cells, chillers, batteries, heat pumps, and microgrid controllers. He has conducted feasibility studies which model various fuel sources including waste-heat, biogas, wind, solar, hydro, and geothermal, which have been applied for different industries including water and wastewater treatment plants, industrial power stations, and data centers which have utilized an assortment of federal/state/province incentive programs. He obtained his B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Massachusetts at Lowell and has been in the energy industry for 18 years.