President, The Consiglio Consulting Group
With over 30 years of experience, Phill Consiglio has led teams in the development, contracting, and management of renewable energy systems, energy conservation projects, energy storage, energy resiliency, and electricity distribution; predominantly in the Federal Sector.
Mr. Consiglio currently manages The Consiglio Consulting Group (TCCG). TCCG is a team of professionals that specialize in aggregating resources to solve problems in the energy sector. With expertise in UESC, ESPC, renewable and fossil fuel generation, energy storage and resiliency, the TCCG team can identify issues and develop solutions very quickly.
Mr. Consiglio is considered a Subject Matter Expert in federal utility contracting, and in 2013, he represented utilities nationwide at the White House, sitting on a GreenGov Panel discussing Performance Contracting.
Currently, Mr. Consiglio is a consultant to the Department of Energy, developing UESC programs at regulated, municipal, and cooperative utilities throughout the country. He is also working with new technology companies, such as Conservant Systems, promoting their HEDS technology and energy firms developing microgrid and resiliency projects in the in the federal space.
Prior to founding TCCG, Mr. Consiglio led the Federal Energy Services Team for Southern California Edison Company (SCE), one of the largest regulated utilities in the country. At SCE for almost 20 years, Mr. Consiglio developed and ran their UESC program, assisted in the development and execution of all federal contracts, and managed the federal and schools account management teams. While at SCE he sat on the Steering Committee of the Federal Utility Partnership Working Group.
Prior to SCE, Mr. Consiglio was the Director of Federal Programs for New Energy Ventures (NEV), a leading, national, electricity commodity provider, where he managed a $400M federal commodity portfolio. Prior to NEV, Mr. Consiglio was an ESPC business development specialist for Sempra Energy Solutions with success in signing ESPC projects with the Air Force, Defense Manpower Data Center, and NASA.
Mr. Consiglio earned a Bachelor’s degree in Physics from the University of La Verne and has completed the W. Edwards Deming Management Program. He is a Certified Energy Manger and sits on the Board of Directors of the Association of Professional Energy Managers for Los Angeles and Orange Counties. Mr. Consiglio won the GSA Citation of Excellence for a Thermal Energy Storage Project at the GSA Building in Laguna Niguel, California.