Press Release | 07.06.23

HOUSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Consolidated Asset Management Services (CAMS), a fully-integrated service provider for owners of energy infrastructure assets, announced today that it has further expanded its Energy Transition Services (ETS) team with the appointment of a new battery energy storage systems (BESS) director, John Mitchell. John will lead CAMS’ BESS projects and enact the company’s bold vision to improve BESS workflow capabilities for asset operations and market performance.

“John’s versatile experience will deliver on CAMS’ goal to support a clean energy future,” said CAMS Executive Vice President of ETS, Brian Ivany. “We look forward to leveraging his experience leading over 40 major energy storage projects and his proven ability to achieve impactful results as we continue to grow our renewables portfolio and enhance grid resiliency.”

With nearly a decade of battery energy storage experience, Mitchell held sales, engineering and technology roles at Indie Energy, RWE Renewables and Aggreko Microgrid & Storage Solutions (formerly Younicos). He has led multiple GWh of installed projects throughout the U.S. and Europe. John’s knowledge of the technical and commercial aspects of energy storage along with the key drivers and sensitivities of the project development life cycle will allow him to recommend optimization strategies and add value through innovation across CAMS’ BESS project pipeline.

CAMS ETS provides Operations and Maintenance (O&M), Asset Management, optimization, Strategic Control Services, which monitor and control your assets in real time through our 24/7 remote operations center, and comprehensive NERC/CIP registration and compliance services for renewable energy assets. CAMS currently manages approximately 4GW of wind, solar, and battery storage projects throughout North America for leading private equity firms, IPPs and financial institutions. In addition, CAMS ETS originates and leads greenfield and brownfield development opportunities in the areas of battery energy storage, PV, carbon capture, hydrogen co-firing and other environmentally sustainable technologies.