We are our people.

Aldric Seguin

Chairman & CEO

Mr. Seguin is an experienced business leader, entrepreneur and impact investor having successfully launched, grown and sold multiple companies in the US and Europe across the Verde Impact Advisors and Safer World Group portfolios. Aldric actively supports the outstanding team of management professionals within the group in achieving corporate growth objectives while overseeing M&A/investment activities, project financing and strategic partnerships.

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Jim Bland


Mr. Bland is a seasoned executive with experience in managing national and global businesses ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500 enterprises. Previously Mr. Bland served as President of Tridium, a Honeywell company, Operating Advisor for Built Environment for Pegasus Capital, Founder and CEO of Snapdata.io and Vice President BD of SAIC. Mr. Bland is a proven senior executive with 25 years of experience in general management, sales, marketing, technology, operations, finance, board-level corporate governance and capital markets. Mr. Bland holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and BA from Wake Forest University.

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Aaron Smith

VP Business Development

Mr. Smith is an industry leading business development executive and energy market strategist. Prior to joining FESCO, Aaron was the Director of Business Development for six years at Siemens Government Technologies. While at Siemens he was responsible for Siemens’ business strategy and opportunity development for the Federal energy market. He was tasked with developing projects to provide resiliency forward solutions for Federal clients with a focus on distributed generation, microgrid, battery storage and cybersecurity.


Pete Scarpelli


Mr. Scarpelli is a member of Fesco Energy’s Board of Directors and Acting CFO. Previously, Pete served as a Built Environment Co-Chair and Operating Advisor at Pegasus Capital Advisors, a $2+B private equity firm that provides growth capital to mid-market companies focused on energy, waste, food, water and health & wellness. Prior to joining Pegasus, Pete served as CBRE’s Global Managing Director, Energy & Sustainability leading a 250+ international team to drive energy efficiency and sustainable operating practices at Fortune 500 and multi-tenant buildings. In 2000, Pete co-founded RETX, a pioneering demand response firm that was acquired by Schneider Electric. During this time, Pete helped develop smart grid and demand response opportunities.

Pete Scarpelli

John Saams

Sr. Director Sales

Mr. Saams has over 35 years of experience in facility and energy project assessment, design/engineering and construction. He was previously the Director of Business Development for a large international engineering and product firm, where he focused on creating teams to deliver comprehensive energy resiliency, energy efficiency, power generation and transmission/distribution solutions to address customer-driven infrastructure issues; and developing corporate strategy for the ESCO business unit of the international engineering and product firm. John’s experience in facilities engineering support includes environmental, safety and fire protection.

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Judy Madsen

Director Construction & PM

Mrs. Madsen has over 17 years of experience in Project Management for the DOD and other Energy Services Companies. Prior to joining FESCO, Judy managed some highly complex regional higher education energy savings projects, executing construction management at dozens of schools simultaneously. She brings with her extensive experience in complex problem‐solving, strong leadership skills, integrity, and a solid work ethic. In her 17 years of experience, Judy has held positions as Facilities/Project Manager, Regional Construction Manager, and Director of Integrated Facilities Management. She has worked for industry-strong companies such as ALEX: Alternative Experts LLC, PEPCO Energy Services, and Lockheed Martin.

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Steve Boyle

Sr. Director Business Development

Mr. Boyle has over 40 years of experience in developing and executing public utility areawide contract projects. That experience includes working directly for regulated utilities and their unregulated affiliates. Over Steve’s career, he has successfully constructed over 87 task orders for three regulated utilities and dozens of federal agencies, including DOD. In total, the awards Steve has received exceed $320M.

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Kara Thomas

Director Business Development

Mrs. Thomas opportunities across multiple verticals within the energy services industry. She began her career nearly thirty years ago working as a junior associate for a bipartisan lobbying firm in the energy and environmental sector, and since that time has partnered with both large and small businesses to identify opportunities, increase market share and develop strategic visibility within the federal marketplace. She has also worked for nearly a decade in service to Native American 8(a) and Small Disadvantaged Businesses. Kara manages FESCO’s 8(a) Joint Venture, has successfully driven both competitive and sole source awards, and is actively engaged in partnering with federal agencies to increase resiliency, efficiency and decarbonization through third-party financed solutions.


Jack Saams

Sr. Project Development Engineer

Mr. Saams focuses on developing energy efficiency and renewable energy projects.  His work spans mechanical, electrical and control systems and developing cost and savings estimates to support the development of project financial proformas. He has over seven years of experience in mechanical and energy engineering, supporting a wide range of facility retrofit projects. Prior to joining FESCO, Jack was an Energy Engineer for Environmental Energy Solutions (EES), where he was responsible for developing energy efficiency projects and performing on-site energy audits. Prior to joining EES, Jack was a Project Manager for Siemens Smart Infrastructure, where he was responsible for the planning, engineering, and execution of BAS projects ranging from simple control upgrades to multi-million dollar energy projects.


Wayne Arny

Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Installations and Environment (Ret)

Mr. Arny’s extensive Military and Government career spanned over 20 years. During his career, he has held positions such as Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy and Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Installations and Environment with the Department of Defense. While Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy, Wayne was responsible for the oversight of Military Construction, Energy and Utility Privatization, BRAC execution and disposal, and Family and Bachelor Housing Privatization for the Navy and the Marine Corps.  From January 2003 to March 2005, he also served as the Acting Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Installations & Facilities).  His first position with the George W. Bush Administration was as the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Senate Legislative Affairs), where he supervised the entire first round of Senate Confirmations for DOD and the Military Services. In 2008, Wayne moved to become the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Installations and Environment, where he was instrumental in the management and oversight responsibilities within the DOD for military installations worldwide. His responsibilities included oversight of all Military Construction and the development of installation capabilities, programs, and budgets; base realignment and closure; privatization of military housing and utility systems; the development of Joint Basing; and coordination responsibilities for the U.S. Marine Corps movement of forces from Okinawa to Guam.

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