PHILADELPHIA–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Doral Renewables LLC (dba Doral LLC), a leading developer and operator of clean energy generation assets, welcomes Tyrone H. Thomas, Jr. as General Counsel.
Tyrone has extensive strategic and transactional experience in the renewable energy industry, most recently serving as Head of Legal at Plus Power and as Vice President and Deputy General Counsel at Invenergy. Throughout his career, Tyrone has led various teams of professionals involved in the development, construction, financing and/or divestment of dozens of utility-scale energy assets valued in excess of $7 billion. He also has extensive expertise in governance and operational risk management. Mr. Thomas earned a BS in Urban Studies from Hunter College and a JD from the University of Illinois College of Law. Mr. Thomas will oversee all legal and related activities of the firm.
Nick Cohen, President & CEO, Doral LLC: “Energy development, construction and operations is one of the most dynamic businesses. Tyrone has seen virtually everything from early stage development to operations. His knowledge of complex transactions combined with his strategic leadership will help assure Doral as an industry leader.
Doral LLC was formed in 2019 as a joint venture between the Doral Group and Clean Air Generation. Doral LLC currently has approximately 6 gigawatts of projects under development and over 40,000 acres of land in the United States. Doral LLC’s management team consists of experienced multidisciplinary individuals who have worked together in the US renewable energy industry for many years.
Doral Group is a public company on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange in Israel (DORL) and a global leader in renewable energy, holding hundreds of long-term profitable renewable energy assets. Doral Group has operations in Israel, Europe and the United States, among others. Doral Group is also emerging as a global leader in solar and storage solutions after winning Israel’s largest solar and storage tender to build storage facilities of approximately 750 MW (DC) + 1,400 MWh.