Team

  • We maintain core competencies, industry networks, and relationships with EPC companies, builder-owner-operators, governmental agencies, and other strategic alliances.
  • The Alquimi team brings experience across real estate, law, energy, energy services, clean tech venture capital, and private equity.

John Martin – Founder / Investor Relations

  • 31 years as real estate and general business attorney with experience across contracts, financings, litigation management, corporate governance, M&As, JVs, dispositions, broker agreements, PPAs, interconnect agreements, and more
  • Deal closer able to manage all transaction phases, including sourcing, site selection, financing, document negotiation/finalization, and construction
  • Founder of Alquimi Solar; long-term ally of GTherm, a key developer client; on Executive Team of Greencastle, our primary investor client

 Ralph Birkhoff – Partner / Project Development

  • 35 years experience in commercial real estate development and international corporate portfolio management, specialization in technology and BPO services
  • Energy services, and renewable energy infrastructure project delivery
  • Founder of Blue Sea Strategy Consulting specializing in corporate location advisory services, strategic economic development and capacity building, and industry sector assessment
  • High value professional and public sector network across Caribbean and Latin America, Asia, Canada, and Europe

Sarabjit S Grewal – Technical Advisor / EPC Partner

  • An ex-Brigadier General from the Indian Army – worked in Corporate America for about 4 years before establishing his own systems engineering company
  • Executive management positions at CCS Inc., Arizona and a South Carolina Telecom Company
  • Founder of Clarusys Inc., an Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) company for commercial and residential PV solar systems in Arizona and California.
  • Clarusys Inc. is now partnering with Alquimi Renewables to develop off-grid and on-grid solar systems integrated with greenhouses in the Caribbean and Latin America