Carter is a Managing Director in FTI’s Global Power & Renewables practice. He has over 15 years of experience in management consulting, industry and financial advisory, with over a decade in the renewable sector.
Carter’s recent engagements include providing strategic market entry advice to a leading financial investor in the renewable energy sector; advising on the sale of a 114MW wind farm in Texas; advising on the restructuring of a global solar developer, EPC contractor and owner/operator of C&I and utility scale solar plants; and providing strategic advice to a leading wind turbine OEM including the identification of new business models.
Carter is experienced in renewable energy project development, financing, operations and M&A. In addition, he has a strong understanding of the regulatory drivers of the renewables industry and has worked in a wide range of markets.
Prior to FTI, Carter was an Advisory Director at EMP Infra, a boutique asset manager focused on advising industrial and financial investors from Korea on their investments in infrastructure. Previously, Carter was with AES Solar, a global solar IPP. At AES Solar, he focused on the development, acquisition and financing of solar PV projects as well as on corporate and operations projects in Europe and North America.
Carter has experience in a range of renewable and adjacent technologies including solar, wind, hydro, waste to energy and energy storage.
He began his career with Berkshire Capital where he advised clients on M&A transactions in the asset management and securities industries, completing multiple transactions.
Carter contributes to renewable energy publications and articles and has been a guest lecturer for renewable energy courses at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS).
He has a B.A. from Brown University, an MA from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies and a MBA from the Sloan School of Management at MIT.Back to Experts