Combines economics, design and technology to maximize the investment value of existing buildings, planned buildings, and raw land values. Assignments in New York City, London, Edinburgh, and Leipzig Germany.
In response to the climate crisis, developing a micro powerplant that will also a showcase investment-grade energy, mobility, connectivity and water innovation. Powerhouse is B2C, B2B and B2G.
Led energy strategy and weatherization efforts for the historic Corpus Christi Monastery in the Hunts Point area. Reviewed value of various cleantech options (solar, wind): weatherization achieved highest ROI.
Partnered with the Taiwan Green Trade Office to develop a post-disaster, rapid reconstruction prototype. Also a showcase of Taiwanese energy innovation (solar, fuel cell, management systems). Prototype in Taipei and Jersey City.
Led development of facilities strategies to enable the roll-out alternatively powered transportation technologies including fuel cell and electric vehicles. Strategies included not only the OEM's facilities, but also those necessary to support the supply chain.
E3Think's Tom Glendening captained two-year Harvard Alumni / Transportation Alternatives (TransAlt) study on privately financed, public bike share (pre-Citibike). The Harvard/TransAlt revenue model was the basis for Hoboken's initial bike share program.
This includes facilities strategies to enable the roll-out alternatively powered transportation technologies including fuel cell and electric vehicles. Strategies included not only the OEM's facilities, but also those necessary to support the supply chain.
In addition to the Harvard/TransAlt study, E3Think spearheaded Hoboken's pilot bike share program (Bike and Roll, JUMP), founded Hoboken's first longer term bikeshare program, Hudson Bike Share, and co-authored Lime's successful RFEI response for entree into the NYC market.
1.4 million person market along I-95 between NYC and Boston is sophisticated, well educated, and wealthy. Individual towns are too small to support privately financed micro mobility, but as part of a region, they are. E3Think was a semi finalist in a Ford Smart Mobility competition.
Historically streets have been costs. But with parking, out of home advertising, wifi, ride hail drop off points, micro mobility corrals, as well as places for delivery companies to deliver, the street has the potential to deliver substantial revenues for cities.
Launched at Tesla in 2011, past participants have included 11th Hour Racing, AutoShare, BCycle, Blue Phoenix, BMW, BMW I Ventures, Bronx River Alliance, Brooklyn Bridge Park, Con Edison, the Durst Organization, EnerKnol, Evatran | Plugless Power, Google, Governing Dynamics, IBM, Manhattan Chamber of Commerce, Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance, MTB Ayiti (Haiti), Nextbike, NYC Chief Fleet Officer, NYC Department of City Planning, NYC Mayor’s Office, NYC Taxi and Limousine Commission, NYCLHV Clean Cities, NYIT School of Management, Revolution Rickshaws, Roadify, Sailors for the Sea, Schneider Electric, Siemens, Sam Schwartz Engineering, Sobi, Terreform One, Tesla Motors, Transportation Alternatives, Trek Bicycles, Veolia and Worksman Cycles.