VHB is pleased to welcome KC Sahl as Northeast Energy Market Leader. As the nation and individual states look to increase integration of renewable energy, KC will be instrumental in expanding VHB’s growing Energy practice in the Northeast.
“With KC on our team, VHB is better positioned to respond to the fast-growing interest in renewable energy development. His strong vision and unique perspective will guide our team in New York, New Jersey, and beyond as we work with clients to advance new development for the Energy market,” said Kris Dramby, CWB, PWS, CE, Vice President and Corporate Energy Market Leader at VHB.
In his role, KC will deepen relationships with energy clients, advance the delivery of energy projects, and develop marketing strategies to position VHB as a leading provider of renewable energy services. KC will work with VHB’s corporate, regional, and state leadership representatives supporting various energy initiatives and strategic pursuits.
“Our region is primed for renewable energy investment and KC will be instrumental in leading our teams to provide outside-the-box solutions to bring these projects online and create a more sustainable future,” said Terri Elkowitz, Northeast Regional Manager at VHB.
KC’s successful record of public and private project management, community engagement, and government outreach has driven 10 years of experience dedicated to wind-energy projects. With an extensive professional network in the renewable energy, government, and philanthropic sectors, KC will work with local and regional authorities to develop effective solutions for clients.
Prior to joining VHB, KC served as Principal, Offshore Resources Sector Lead for Ecology and Environment, Inc., and most recently as Director, Energy Technology at Tetra Tech, Inc. KC holds a BA in English and Political Science from California State University.
KC founded an offshore wind networking community as a forum to connect industry professionals during the pandemic, serving more than 600 members. KC serves on the Board of Directors for the Natural Areas Conservancy and has previously served on WNYC Community Advisory Board and Riverside Park Conservancy board. He is also a member of the New York Association for Energy Economists (NYAEE) and the American Clean Power Association (formerly American Wind Energy Association), serving on the offshore wind committee.
Connect with KC at email@example.com.