ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit 2010
Joshua Strickler

Joshua Strickler

Facilitator of Renewable Energy Projects, Strategic Industries Division-DBEDT

State of Hawaii

- Masters of Business Administration, 2009, Shidler College of Business, University of Hawaii
- Juris Doctorate, 2008, William S. Richardson School of Law, University of Hawaii
- BS Mechanical Engineering, Minor Math, 1995, Virginia Military Institute
- Squadron Officer School, USAF, Correspondence, 2004

Facilitator of Renewable Energy Projects, State of Hawaii – 07-08 to Present
- Responsible for the development of utility sized renewable energy projects to help meet the State’s goal of 70% Clean Energy by 2030
- Project Manager for the proposed $1 Billion Inter-island Cable Project Between Oahu, Molokai, and Lanai
- Streamline and facilitate the permitting process for renewable energy projects
- Draft legislation to encourage development of renewable energy in Hawaii
- Collaborate with public and private community leaders and members

Attorney, Kobayashi Sugita & Goda, Honolulu, HI – 03/08 to 07/08
- Focused on construction litigation and patents prosecution in Hawaii.

USAF Reserve, Pacific Air Force Command (PACAF), Hickam AFB, HI – 05/04 to 05/06
- Coordinated base planning, installation strategic vision, and facility siting in Japan, Korea, Guam, Hawaii and Alaska
- Prepared and delivered airfield planning briefs to Air, Joint, and Major Command Staff
Consultant PACAF, Civil Engineering, Hickam AFB, HI – 09/03 to 09/05
- Managed and evaluated service contracts worth $18 million for PACAF
- Civil Engineering inspector on the PACAF Airfield Operations Air Traffic Safety Evaluation Program (ATSEP) Team

Off-Shore Petroleum Drill Executive Development Program, Noble Drilling, Houston TX – 05/02 to 09/03
- Ranked #1 in a 40 person offshore oil executive training program
- Created a subsidiary company from a steerable drilling research and development project
- Negotiated drilling contracts with Kerr McGee, Exxon/Mobile and XTO Energy
- Led a $3 million, 50 man repair/upgrade project for 2 drilling rigs

Facility Manager, Raytheon Services, Tengiz Kazakhstan – 02/02 to 05/02
- Lead a 45-person base support contract for a remote international oil field
- Negotiated work contracts with Kazakh government and banking officials
- Developed multimillion dollar contracts with Turkish and Greek contractors

Station Engineer, Admundsen-Scott South Pole Station, Antarctica 9/00 to 11/01
- Oversaw construction on the $400 million new South Pole station project
- Coordinating a 23-person maintenance and construction crew
- On scene commander for all station emergencies

Engineering Officer, United States Air Force 6/95 to 9/00 Deputy Base Civil Engineer, Johnston Atoll 9/99 to 9/00
- Selected as the top officer out of 14 for 2nd and 3rd quarters of 2000
- Managed a 250-person $51 million operation support contract on Johnston Atoll
- Developed the $26 million base demolition plan for island closure, approved by the Secretary of the Air Force and the Secretary of Defense

Project Manager 823rd RED HORSE Squadron 7/97 to 9/99
- Company grade officer of the Quarter April-June 1998.
- Commanded a 140-person construction team sent to Turkey to design and build a 2200-person tent city worth over $10 million.
- Led a 40-person team of American, British, and Australian military on a $2.5 million road and drainage project in Saudi Arabia.

Maintenance Engineer 64th CES Reese AFB, TX 5/95 to 7/97
- Managed $1.5 million utility program, coordinated facility usage, energy conservation, reimbursements, and payment.
- Deployed as part of Operation Desert Watch to Saudi Arabia as a design engineer.

- Associate Professor, Hawaii Pacific University 01/09 to Present
- Environmental Law for non-lawyers – teach college students the basic elements of environmental law in Hawaii.
- Law Clerk for the Special Attorney Genera, Kaloko Dam investigation, 08/06 to 12/06
- Pro Bono, Army Corp of Engineers, Office of Council, 7/06 to 08/06
- Volunteer In Public Service Hawai’i Intermediate Court of Appeals, 11/04 to 08/05
- Men’s Leadership Seminar, Top Graduate, Clear Lake Oaks, California 11/04
- Life Success Course, PSI Seminars, Clear Lake Oaks, California 08/04
- PADI Open Water SCUBA Instructor ,/p>

- Professional Engineer, Hawai’i No. 11643
- Licensed Attorney, Hawai’i No. 8935
- Project Management Professional No. 214940
- Patent and Trademark Attorney No. 62093

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