Everett Tatelbaum is Senior Vice President at Kearsarge Energy where he currently leads Development. With Kearsarge from its founding in 2009 he has played an integral role in the development of more than 200 MW of solar and energy storage projects and the raising of more than $450 million of equity, tax equity, and debt. Projects include commercial and utility-scale solar PV and energy storage working with public and private stakeholders on capped landfills, brownfields, agricultural land, rooftops and parking lot canopies across the U.S. His experience includes project origination, project development and permitting, construction management, project operations, policy and structured finance.

Prior to the founding of Kearsarge he worked in Research at BCK Law, P.C. where he focused on energy efficiency and regulatory affairs. Previously, Mr. Tatelbaum served in AmeriCorps and worked in Public Policy Research at the Rappaport Institute for Greater Boston, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. He also completed a one year field study in European sustainable agriculture and alternative energy.

Mr. Tatelbaum earned a BA in History from Wesleyan University.