Brian Casey is an expert in the energy and technology industry with over 30 years of experience. This includes leading two companies from growth-stage, to scale, to acquisition.
As the founder and CEO of sustainable energy firm, SourceOne, Brian was responsible for the overall management and technical efforts of the company. He successfully raised equity investments, targeted, and acquired complementing business from a Fortune 500 company, and developed a uniquely qualified commercial, private utility offering.
Under his direction, SourceOne created and implemented award winning, sustainable energy projects for its customers and secured multi-million-dollar energy efficiency and infrastructure contracts within the private and public sectors.
Veolia Environnement S.A. acquired SourceOne in April of 2007. Brian continued to grow SourceOne over the next several years, realizing double-digit growth in revenue and earnings and delivering significant shareholder value.
From there, he co-founded SourceGreen, an industrial scale solar energy development company that successfully created 8 MW of renewable solar energy within the state of Massachusetts. NextSun Energy acquired SourceGreen in 2013.
In his role as President and CEO of ECM PCB Stator Technology, Brian has driven ECM’s development as a global electric motor design and SaaS company. ECM pairs advanced Motor CAD and patented PCB Stator—printed circuit board—technology to create next generation electric motors that are lighter, quieter, and more energy and space efficient across a broad range of use cases.
He has led the adoption of ECM’s technology by multiple partners across a broad range of verticals: HVAC, Consumer Electronics, E-Mobility, Fitness, Medical, Robotics, Renewable Energy, Aerospace, Defense, and more.
Brian currently serves on the board of Hubbell Power Systems owned Cantega Technologies—an industry-leading software platform for the manufacture of dielectric polymer products that serve the electric utility industry.
He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering with a concentration in Power Systems & Delivery from Northeastern University.