Green Capitol, LLC  

Strategic Collaborators

Jeff Genzer

Jeff Genzer is Vice-President of Duncan, Weinberg, Genzer & Pembroke, P.C., a boutique energy and environmental law firm in downtown Washington, D.C.  Jeff is an energy expert and has represented major energy organizations and other entities in legal proceedings before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, state public service commissions, the U.S. Department of Energy and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.  Jeff’s legal and policy work focuses on all types of energy concerns at the federal and state levels.  Jeff and others at the firm also have extensive experience in environmental law, including implementation issues under the Clean Air Act and both regulatory and litigation activities.

Jack Huttner

Jack Huttner manages a consultancy focused on the bioeconomy.  He’s had a long distinguished career working on renewable energy development, at Genencor, Dupont Danisco Cellulosic Ethanol, Gevo, and now with various clean tech start-ups and Fortune 500 companies alike.  He is based in New York and complements Green Capitol’s DC based advocacy, corporate development and public affairs services very nicely. 

Barry Strumpf

Barry Strumpf is a nationally recognized expert on the federal budget and appropriations process.  His work spans a broad cross section of issues touching upon everything from energy to defense and finance.  He was a long-time budget staffer for former Senator Ernest Hollings (D-SC), former Chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee and one of the lions of the Senate.  Barry spent over two decades working with Senator Hollings on Capitol Hill.  In addition to his work with Green Capitol, Barry teaches about the federal budget process at Georgetown University.  He is frequently called upon by staff on both sides of the aisle and various clients to address the most challenging problems.

John Spears

John Spears is a pioneer in self-sufficient, green design and sustainable community development incorporating proven techniques for constructing high performance zero energy buildings and surroundings with eco-friendly materials.