Randall Reese founded Restructuring Concepts LLC after spending nearly six years with the international law firm of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP in its Corporate Restructuring practice group. During that time, he represented clients in many large and complex chapter 11 cases, including representing US Airways Group, Inc. (2002), Delphi Corporation, Washington Group International, Inc., and Enron Corporation as debtors and debtors-in-possession. Mr. Reese also represented creditors, investors, acquirers and other interested parties in numerous other cases, including the chapter 11 cases of US Airways, Inc. (2004), ATA Airlines Corp., PG&E National Energy Group, Inc., Solutia, Inc., USGen New England, Inc., Midway Airlines Corp., and Venture Holdings LLC. Prior to joining Skadden, Mr. Reese also worked with a variety of organizations ranging from new ventures to internationally-renowned business think tanks to Fortune 500 companies. Mr. Reese received his B.S.B.A. from Georgetown University, his J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School, and his M.B.A. from the University of California, Berkeley.
26 yrs of knowledge and experience in renewable energy (wind, solar) technologies, project development and climate change mitigation. When renewable energy was not cost competitive, I helped my clients buy NG and electricity. On 4/25/13, I was quoted on electric grid (T & D) reliability in the New York Times http://nyti.ms/10CnQ8T. I presented my 31st paper, "The Increase in Global Solar (PV. CSP) Caused by Extending the Kyoto Protocol Until 2030", at 2013 Solar Power International, October 21-24, Chicago. http://t.co/QLwkf28ABV This is a counterfactual analysis. I have now updating this paper for the 2015 Paris agreements. I now have a peer reviewed working paper, "The Levelized Cost (US$/MWh; €/MWh) of Storing PV (Wind) Electricity at a Grid-Connected Utility-Scaled (MW) Energy Storage System (ESS)". I did area studies (including energy) while in the USAR 308th CA GP (1968-74). At the U of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), I took math through diff Q and one year of both chemistry and physics. I have a UIC BA (1967), Northwestern MBA (1969) and past (1979) the IL CPA exam. I was a registered (1980-86) IL CPA. For 30 years, I was a tenured US Econ teacher. I am now investing for my retirement because my state university retirement annuity may be degraded by the governor and state legislature. Who knew?
I have a background which leads me to be unusually knowledgeable about a very few things and know a little bit about a moderately broad scope of departments in "high" finance,
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