The purpose of the executive committee is to convene the leadership of the board to deal with matters that may not be able to wait until the full Board of Directors meets and to address other matters referred to the committee by the full board. The voting members of the committee will be the officers, including the President, Vice-President, Treasurer, Secretary, and up to one at-large member. The Executive Director is a non-voting ex-officio member.
- Benjamin Gerber, President & Chief Executive Officer, M-RETS, Inc.
- Ken Nelson, Blue Delta Energy, LLC
- Eric Schroeder, Board Chair
- Ken Smith, Board President, Ever-Green Energy, Inc.
The purpose of the finance committee is to develop financial policies and procedures, review financial reports, assist the board with annual budgeting and forecasting, oversee the annual audit, and design and monitor investment policies.
- Dan Brown, E3 Coalition
- Andrew Kell, Public Service Commission of Wisconsin
- Andy Kellen, WPPI Energy
- Teody Leano, Manitoba Municipal Government
The Subscriber Group is an advisory body with the mission of advising the M-RETS, Inc. Board of Directors (“Board”), Executive Director and Administrator on the implementation and operation of the M-RETS registry. The Subscriber Group is independent and makes nonbinding recommendations to the Board regarding registry Change Requests, system enhancements, policies and procedures, and other matters based upon a simple majority vote of the Subscriber Group. The subscriber group is open to any M-RETS account holder. All subscriber group meetings are posted here on the M-RETS website.
- Ursula Norwood, Subscriber Group Co-Chair, Alliant Energy
The Regulator Group is an advisory body with the mission of advising the M-RETS, Inc. Board of Directors (“Board”) and Executive Director on the implementation and operation of the M-RETS registry. The Regulator Group is independent and makes non-binding recommendations to the Board regarding registry Change Requests, system enhancements, policies and procedures, and other matters in accordance with the Voting provisions of the Regulator Group Charter. The Regulator Group facilitates channeling of input from regulatory jurisdictions that are not participants on the Board.
- Michelle Rebholz, Minnesota Public Utilities Commission