Creekwood can help your organization realize cost savings and improve environmental sustainability through smart energy management. Whatever your service or mission, smart energy management can help you do more while spending less.
Creekwood's initial process is centered on data gathering, assessment, modeling and planning. Creekwood identifies and quantifies opportunities for improvement, quantifying likely costs and benefits; only recommending technologies and approaches that have been tested in the field with outcomes that are proven and quantifiable.
Once a specific course of action is authorized, Creekwood will assist with or (depending on the engagement) manage implementation. Creekwood can be retained to serve as your organization's advisor, advocate, or (if designated) representative in negotiations with vendors, contractors, and/or utilities.
Creekwood provides clients with ongoing support -- monitoring and measuring the results of changes and improvements. We continuously search for new ways to reduce waste, increase efficiency, and maximize cost-savings.
Mr. DeLyons serves as Managing Member and Chief Executive Officer of Creekwood Energy Partners, LLC. (a certified Minority Business Enterprise). Creekwood provides energy management and consulting services with a focus on renewable energy, energy efficiency advisory, and financing.
Mr. Moore is the founder and Managing Partner of Tychon Energy Systems, LLC, a company that provides turnkey energy management solutions that reduce electricity costs while enhancing the reliability of the U.S. grid. Previously, he was with UCM, L.P. an investment firm. Mr. Moore founded Greystone Capital Management, Inc. in 1995 and was its President and CEO.
Mr. Shapiro is a co-founder and the Executive Chair of Novation Ventures, LLC. Through its operating subsidiaries, Novation buys, pools, and secures annuitized state lottery prizes and structured settlement cash flows. Since 2001, the company has acquired and securitized more than $1.2 billion in structured settlement, lottery prize, and annuity payments.
Frank Wood is CEO of Secret Communications, LLC, a private venture capital company. Secret owned and operated twenty-two radio stations in nine major markets between 1991 and 1997. The primary portfolio of stations was sold in 1997, and the company has redeployed capital in a number of entrepreneurial businesses.