TOM DOYLE, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Tom Doyle is Chief Executive Officer and a member of the company’s board of directors. He joined Reterro in 2016, bringing more than 25 years of domestic and international experience growing and managing large-scale capital investment projects and organizations.
Prior to joining Reterro, Tom was an Executive Vice President at NRG Energy, the largest independent energy company in the United States, and the President and CEO of NRG’s renewable energy business (NRG Renew), a company he established in 2009 when he joined NRG. NRG Renew became one of the largest renewable energy companies in the world, with a wind and solar (PV and CSP) portfolio that exceeded 5000 MWs.
Under Tom's leadership, NRG Renew successfully placed over $7.5 billion of capital that generated a significant return on equity, and an annual EBITDA contribution of over $550 million. These renewable assets ultimately became the foundation of the nation’s first publicly listed Yieldco (NYLD), which resulted in substantial market cap uplift to the NRG parent company.
Prior to NRG, Tom was an Executive Vice President of Commercial Execution for Bright Source Energy (BSE) where he led the $2.2 billion development effort for the world’s largest concentrated solar power project (Ivanpah). Prior to BSE, Tom spent 15 years living in Asia where he managed the development activity for utility scale infrastructure projects as Asia Pacific Managing Director for InterGen and Foster Wheeler Energy Corporation.
Tom is a licensed Professional Engineer and holds an M.B.A. and a B.S., Mechanical Engineering from The University of Arizona.
STEVE BAY, CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER
As COO, Steve manages Field Operations and Engineering. He has over 30 years’ experience as senior executive at equipment manufacturing companies including: Representative Director/EVP at SEN Corporation/Tokyo; Corporate VP Marketing & Technology at Mattson Technology/California; CTO & VP Marketing & Technology at CFM Technologies/Pennsylvania & Tokyo; President at RF Services/California.
Steve focuses on mission critical roles in corporations and his experience covers operations, Intellectual Property, complex analysis, technology innovation, safety and contracts.
Steve has a BA in Chemistry/Philosophy from Saint Louis University.
TAD DIETHRICH, SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT OF DEVELOPMENT
As VP of Brownfield Development, Tad is responsible to execute the company’s brownfield development strategy. He is an entrepreneurial executive with over 30 years’ experience in multiple industries including healthcare and real estate development.
Previously, Tad held positions as President/CEO of the Arizona Heart Foundation and COO of the Arizona Heart Institute, where he was responsible for significant market growth and value creation, while managing a $60 million P&L. During that time, he also owned and developed over 200,000 square feet of real property.
Tad holds a Bachelor of Science in Business with an emphasis in real estate and finance.
KEITH LATHAM, VICE PRESIDENT OF DEVELOPMENT
Keith is responsible for developing and implementing a program that takes a customer’s environmental liability and turns it into asset by transferring liability, remediating the site, and partnering with others to redevelop the valuable real estate, while creating mutually beneficial relationships.
Prior to joining Reterro, Keith ran his own energy development consulting firm, where he helped clients develop large energy infrastructure projects, including liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminals, and utility-scale solar projects. He played a critical role in the successful financing of a $10B LNG project along the Gulf Coast which is now under construction. He also played an important role in the early development of another greenfield LNG project near the Gulf Coast. In addition, he created significant value for multiple clients developing solar projects in multiple states.
Previously, Keith was Vice President, Development for NRG Solar, where he successfully acquired and/or developed four projects totaling more than 150 MW now in operation.
MICHAEL MALLEY, SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT OF DEVELOPMENT
Mike is an accomplished real estate, environmental and risk management professional with over 30 years of experience in environmentally distressed real estate acquisition, development and investment. His experience includes asset acquisition and redevelopment, deal structuring, environmental liability quantification, asset investment analysis, capital raise and deployment, financial analysis, deal structuring, transaction underwriting, and market feasibility and highest and best use analysis. Mike has been involved in managing and divesting surplus and environmentally impaired real estate assets with combined liability, restructuring and disposition costs in excess of $1.5 billion, identifying disposition, divestiture and reuse strategies resulting in asset value creation and cost reduction of over $250 million.
Prior to Reterro, Mike was co-founder and Executive Vice President of a successful brownfield redevelopment company, responsible for acquisition and redevelopment of environmentally impaired real estate assets throughout the United States with development value in excess of $500 million. He served has served as Chief Risk Officer managing environmental risk management programs, including negotiation and placement of environmental insurance and structuring over $75 million of environmental liability assumption contracts in support of environmentally impaired real estate transactions. He is an expert in merger and acquisition due diligence to industry and has provided opinions on valuation for over $700 million of environmental liabilities for Fortune 500 companies for GAAP and Sarbanes-Oxley compliance purposes, as well as quantifying over $7 billion of federal and state response and NRD claims and costs in support of bankruptcy reorganization plans.
Mike has completed over $200 million of hazardous waste remediation projects including the acquisition and sale of numerous contaminated properties with complex transactional and environmental issues involving CERCLA, RCRA, solid waste, and underground storage tanks.