Concentric Vice President to Present at the EUCI Renewable Energy M&A Transactions - A Practitioner's Guide Seminar
December 5, 2011 San Diego, California
Prescott Hartshorne, Vice President, is presenting at the EUCI Renewable Energy M&A Transactions - A Practitioner's Guide seminar on: “Getting Ready to Sell or Buy: Mechanics for Staging Efficient Renewable Energy Transactions.” In addition, Mr. Hartshorne is the instructor for EUCI's pre-conference workshop on: "Evaluating RECs in M&A Opportunities for Renewables." The seminar and workshop are being held at the Westgate Hotel in San Diego, California on December 5-6, 2011.
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Prescott C. Hartshorne, Vice President, is a financial and economic consultant with more than 15 years of experience in the energy industry. He has provided financial and strategic advisory services in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, asset divestitures and purchases, strategic planning, corporate and asset valuation, energy market analysis, and rate and regulatory matters to clients across North America. Mr. Hartshorne has recently led assignments regarding a client’s New England energy import strategy; conducting due diligence on various renewable energy projects; drafting ROE testimony regarding a California transmission line; valuing a wind project developer in the Pacific Northwest; providing an assessment of renewable generation alternatives for a Midwestern city; and providing corporate strategic analysis for a Canadian utility. Before joining Concentric, Mr. Hartshorne led consulting teams in the energy and utilities strategy practices of FTI Consulting and Navigant Consulting. Mr. Hartshorne has also served in the Treasury area of National Grid US, formerly NEES, where he had responsibility for acquisition analysis and project financing. He has also held corporate lending positions at Chemical Bank and Fleet Bank. Mr. Hartshorne holds a B.A. in Economics from Hobart College, and an M.B.A. from Cornell University.