Event | 01.19.24
HOUSTON–Consolidated Asset Management Services (CAMS), a fully-integrated service provider for energy infrastructure asset owners, and the Mid-Altantic Solar & Storage Industries Association (MSSIA), a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing solar energy and energy storage as the primary energy sources in the Mid-Atlantic region are pleased to announce CAMS as a sponsor of MSSIA’s Powering Tomorrow: Advancing Grid Modernization in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Deleware event on January 23, 2024.
CAMS currently supports over 3.3 GW of power generation assets across Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware and employs over 500 people in these states.
“The tri-state area of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware are critical ones for power generation and particularly for the energy transition,” said Brian Ivany, Executive Vice President of CAMS Energy Transition Services (ETS). “CAMS has had a major commitment to this area for many years across all forms of generation, including both traditional generation and renewables, and is excited to partner with MSSIA and other local stakeholders to continue to support the adoption of more renewable generation onto the grid.”
“We are delighted to have CAMS as a member of MSSIA and sponsor of this event,” said Lyle Rawlings, Founder and President of MSSIA. “It is exciting to have such a committed partner to local power generation involved in helping to guide the future of clean power delivery in the tri-state area.”
CAMS is a privately held company providing Operations and Maintenance (O&M), Asset Management, Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG), and Optimization services for energy and infrastructure assets. Our founding principle is to add value through superior management and operation of our clients’ energy infrastructure assets. To this end, we empower our employees to pursue creative and sustainable business practices in the field and at our corporate office that contribute to operational excellence, financial performance, a safe workplace, and a better community and environment. We do not take this responsibility lightly: We treat the assets with which we are entrusted as our own. For additional information, visit www.camstex.com.
MSSIA is dedicated to advancing solar energy and energy storage as the primary energy sources in the Mid-Atlantic region to create a sustainable energy future for all segments of the population while generating economic growth and high-quality jobs. MSSIA accomplishes its mission by researching, designing, and advocating for policies to grow solar energy to be a significant part of our future energy supply; to educate the public and policy-makers on the facts of solar energy and remove barriers that hinder solar development; to promote local solar R&D and solar manufacturing; to assist in designing policies and infrastructure that supports solar on the local, state, and regional level; to develop solar electric and thermal energy as a significant portion of the energy supply mix; to work in tandem with municipalities and local government to utilize and support rapid adoption of solar energy; and to provide real-time data and objective world evidence that demonstrates the value of solar energy to the regional electric grid and its role in combating climate change. For more information, visit mssia.org