About Pathfinder Communications
Peter Asmus, Green Energy Consultant, Writer, and Research Analyst
As President of Pathfinder Communications, I have workedon a wide variety of issues ranging from helping companies to become more socially responsible to promoting greater self-goverance at the local level. I feel I have a unique background in grassroots activism that allows me to serve as a bridge between different stakeholders . While trained as a print journalist, my portfolio of services is focused on development of innovative energy strategies and projects. Past projects have also involved stakeholder engagement exercises, event organizing, and PR.
Green Energy Clients Have Included:
Marin County, California Energy Commission, California Air Resources Board, California Independent System Operator, Local Government Commission, California State Joint Committee on Energy Regulation and the Environment, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, California Dept. of Fish & Game.
Booz Allen Hamilton, AHC Group, Inc., Independent Energy Producers Association, Guiness-Atkinson Alternative Energy Mutual Fund, Zurich Financial, Edison Electric Institute, Renewable Energy Marketing Board, GE Wind, General Motors, Clipper Wind, Powerlight, DES Strategies, Cooperative Community Energy, 3 Phases Energy Services, Green Mountain Energy, Pennsylvania Power & Light, Patagonia, Fetzer Winery, Coors Brewing Company, Mitsubishi Electronics, Birkenstock, Calpine, Bank of America.
Stinson Beach Solar Committee, Northwest Sustainable Energy for Economic Development, American Wind Energy Association, California Solar Energy Industries Association, Canadian Wind Energy Association, World Stewardship Institute, The Future 500, Center for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technologies, Center for Resource Solutions, Renewable Energy Policy Project, Natural Resources Defense Council, Global Greens USA, Consumers Union, Common Cause, Union of Concerned Scientists, and the National Association of State Utility Consumer Advocates.
University of Southern California, Stanford University, Pace University Energy Project