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Casey Reeves

Casey ReevesCasey Reeves is the federal lead for renewable energy development offshore South Carolina.  He has over 12 years experience in conventional, alternative and renewable energy development and in the permitting of transmission infrastructure on public lands.  He currently coordinates the Department of Interior, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management's federal lead agency leasing process for renewable energy projects offshore Virginia, South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. 

He has managed the nations first ocean current energy project in the Florida Current and developed BOEM's first two offshore renewable energy research leases off Virginia Beach, Virginia.  He has previously served as the Department of the Interior land based wind program lead in the Bureau of Land Management, Renewable Energy Coordination Office.  He has represented the Department of the Interior to the National Interagency Rapid Response Team for Transmission lead by the Executive Office of the Council for Environmental Quality.  He has lead inter-agency leasing and permitting efforts on both the Trans-Alaska Oil and Gas pipelines and on the Atlantic Wind Connection.  Casey recently served as BOEM's technical representative on the Department of Energy funded National Offshore Wind Energy Grid Integration study.  Before working in energy and infrastructure development Casey spent 8 years serving around the world in the United States Air Force as a Tactical Aircraft Specialist working on F-16 and F-117 fighter aircraft.  He has a Masters in Public Administration from Clemson University and a BS and MS in Environmental Management from the University of Maryland’s Asian Campus, Tokyo, Japan.