About ICF
Craig Schultz
Senior Advisor, Renewable Energy
Craig has nearly 25 years of experience implementing conventional and renewable energy programs and transactions for clients in the federal government, state and local government, utility, developer/financier, and Fortune 500 end-user sectors.

Craig leads renewable energy and energy resilience projects ranging from market assessments and feasibility analyses to project selection, program and policy formulation, transaction structuring, negotiation, and implementation. He has spent nearly 25 years in the energy industry, working with solar, wind, and other renewable electricity projects, as well as conventional energy supply, pricing, and risk management.

Craig focuses on helping retail and wholesale energy market participants manage their energy transactions’ costs and volatility and optimize their conventional and renewable energy assets. He has led or served as a subject matter expert on more than 200 renewable energy consulting projects for domestic and international clients in the federal government, state and local government, utility, developer/financier, and Fortune 500 end-user sectors. Craig has worked with the United States, Canadian, European, Middle Eastern, Indian, and Southeast Asian markets. He has also supported U.S. federal agencies including Defense, Energy, Homeland Security, Housing and Urban Development, and Interior, as well as the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Agency for International Development, and U.S. Trade and Development Agency.

Craig has served as an end-to-end advisor to numerous successful renewable energy transactions, including large-scale rooftop, parking canopy, and ground mount solar transactions.

Before his consulting work with us, Craig managed a wide range of departments and projects for U.S. subsidiaries of global energy firms Statoil and Hess. He also served as an analyst at the U.S. Department of Energy.

Education
  • MBA, Beta Gamma Sigma Honors, The University of Chicago Booth School of Business
  • B.A., Phi Beta Kappa Honors, Economics, Wesleyan University

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