Bryan A. Pai Joins Green Powered Technology as Senior Program Manager

Posted on October 28, 2020 · Posted in Announcements, Personnel

Green Powered Technology (GPTech) is pleased to announce that Bryan A. Pai has joined our Energy Engineering Team as Senior Program Manager in support of our energy resilience projects. Bryan is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP®) with 20 years’ experience as a multifaceted project director with expertise in government consulting and renewable energy project development. His experience includes business improvement, change management, strategic planning, and technology innovation planning. In addition, he has extensive experience with stakeholder engagement as well as building and leading high-performance teams.

Prior to joining GPTech, Bryan worked for Infra Capital Myanmar-ReEx (ICM), where he was a project director for ICM’s solar/diesel minigrid and biomass factory projects. While in Myanmar, he also worked as an independent consultant and provided project management, proposal writing, business improvement, and technology innovation planning for clients.

Bryan’s other work experience includes his roles at CSRA Inc. as a deputy contracts manager and task lead for a multi-million-dollar federal contract that provided engineering, analysis, planning, systems engineering, and related services to the United States Department of Energy. Other roles at CSRA Inc. involved stakeholder engagement, business development, and directing a staff of 35 employees.

Bryan previously worked at SunEdison supporting the Applied Engineering and Development team. In this role, he performed detailed analysis of both financial and technical performance data related to company solar energy projects. He also served as project lead for SunEdison’s collaboration with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, known as a cooperative research and development agreement, or CRADA, on a photovoltaic grid integration study.

Bryan holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science and economics from American University and a Master of Science degree in management, energy resource management, and policy from the University of Maryland-University College (now University of Maryland Global Campus).