Anne Miller Kuszpa

Anne's first delve into the energy industry came  while studying abroad in England, where she held a part-time position with energy aggregator Energen.  After returning to the States and completing a dual degree in Physics and Mathematics,  she went to work for Con Edison Energy at a time when the electric market was deregulating in New York State.    From there, she moved to Morgan Stanley and expanded her knowledge to power markets across North America.  After two years at Morgan Stanley, Anne moved to Goldman Sachs, where she held a range of positions on their U.S. Power Trading desk.   In 2007, Anne left Wall Street and moved to Nantucket to start a family.   She continued to be involved in energy by volunteering on the Town of Nantucket's Energy Study Committee for six years and chairing the committee for two years.    In addition to being an energy enthusiast, Anne is passionate about affordable housing and is currently Executive Director at Housing Nantucket,.

           Carl K. Borchert

Carl's introduction to energy matters came with the proposed Cape Wind project in 2002.  He has passionately advocated for this first American off shore wind farm ever since.  Before that, Carl began a lifelong path of activism by working on the nuclear freeze movement in the mid 1 980's and became active in human rights with Amnesty International at that time also.  He served the Town of Nantucket's Energy Study Committee for three years and  currently serves the Town on the Coastal Management Plan Work Group. A recent highlight for him was the AWEA Regional Summit in Portland, ME in September 2012 where he was educated on the progress of off shore wind and land based wind in the state of Maine and throughout New England.  He hopes in the future to launch a career building off shore wind farms in the United States.          

Please contact Anne if you would like to collaborate on this project.