1. Definitions. Any capitalized terms used and not defined herein shall have the meanings set forth in the Order. Each of REsurety and Subscriber, a “Party”, and together, the “Parties”.
“Affiliates” means any entity that directly or indirectly controls, is controlled by, or is under common control with the subject entity. For purposes of this Agreement, “control” means direct or indirect ownership or control of 50% of the voting interests of the subject entity.
“Authorized Users” means Subscriber’s or its Affiliates’ employees, contractors and agents that Subscriber authorizes and for whom Subscriber has purchased a subscription (each with a username and password) to use the Services on Subscriber’s behalf.
“Confidential Information” means with respect to any disclosing Party (i) the terms of this Agreement and the Order, excluding the existence of the Agreement and the identities of the Parties, and (ii) any other data, document or other information marked or identified as “confidential” or that a reasonable person would reasonably expect to be confidential information of the disclosing Party (including, without limitation, all trade secrets, processes, patent applications, product development, price, customer lists, pricing and marketing plans, policies and strategies, details of contracts, operations methods, product development techniques, business acquisition plans, new personnel acquisition plans and all other confidential or proprietary documents and information relating to the business and affairs of the disclosing Party or any of its Affiliates, including any notes, analyses, compilations, studies, forecasts, interpretations or other documents that are derived from, contain, reflect or are based upon any such information).
“Documentation” means the user guides and help files made available by REsurety for use with the Services, as updated from time to time.
“Intellectual Property of REsurety” means all intellectual property owned by, or licensed to, REsurety, including but not limited to the following, (i) all patents, trademarks, trade dress, service marks, copyrights, or trade secrets (in each case including any applications therefor and whether or not registered or registrable), (ii) all datasets, algorithms, data cleaning and processing methodologies, statistical methods, inventions or works of authorship (whether in tangible form or otherwise), and (iii) any software owned, developed or created (including the Services) in whole or in part by REsurety at any time, whether prior to or during the Initial Term or any Renewal Term(s).
“Order” means an ordering document for Subscriber’s subscription to the Service and/or Services that incorporates this Agreement by reference and is signed by both Parties.
“REsurety Information” means the Services together with the information contained in the Services.
“Service” or “Services” means one or more of REsurety’s proprietary products and/or services subscribed to under the Order.
“Subscriber Data” means the data and information Subscriber uploads and/or creates while using any of the Services (excluding any Confidential Information and Intellectual Property of REsurety).
“Subscriber Feedback” means any suggestions, ideas, or recommendations for improving or modifying REsurety’s products and/or services provided by Subscriber, Authorized Users, or Affiliates.
“Subscription Fees” means the subscription fees listed in the Order for access to and use of the Services.
“Subscription Term” means, with respect to the Order, collectively the Initial Term and any Renewal Term(s), as these are defined in Section 3.2 below.
“Updates” mean all improvements, updates, enhancements, error corrections, bug fixes, release notes, upgrades and changes to the Services and Documentation, as developed by REsurety and made generally available for use without a separate charge to Subscribers.
2. Scope. This Agreement governs the access to and use of the REsurety Services which Subscriber may order from REsurety. The description of the Services ordered by Subscriber and the additional terms and conditions that apply to each such Service are set forth in the Order that incorporates this Agreement by reference. In the event of an express conflict between the terms of this Agreement and the terms of the Order, the terms of the Order will prevail.
3. Subscription Terms.
3.1. License. Subject to Subscriber’s and its Authorized Users’ compliance with the terms and conditions of this Agreement, REsurety hereby grants to Subscriber, a non-exclusive, non-sublicensable, non-transferable, limited license to access and use the Services, solely for use by Authorized Users on behalf of Subscriber’s internal business purposes, solely during the Subscription Term, and solely in accordance with the terms and conditions herein and any other terms and conditions provided in the Order.
3.2. Term of Agreement and Renewal. Unless otherwise specified in the Order, the initial term (“Initial Term”) shall be for a period of one (1) year following the Commencement Date specified in the Order. Unless otherwise specified in the Order, the Initial Term shall be automatically extended for successive renewal terms of one (1) year each (each such renewal term, a “Renewal Term”), unless either Party notifies the other in writing of its decision not to extend the term of the Order at least thirty (30) days before the expiration of the term then in effect.
4. Usage Terms.
4.1. Access and Use of REsurety Information. Subscriber shall provide REsurety with written notice specifying the names and electronic mail addresses of its initial Authorized Users. Upon receipt of such notice, REsurety will promptly provide such Authorized Users with usernames and passwords to access and use the Services. Only Authorized Users shall have access to and use of the REsurety Information. Authorized Users shall not share usernames and passwords with any other party, nor provide (including forwarding via electronic mail) the REsurety Information to any party that is not an Authorized User. Except as provided in the Order or in Section 4.3 below, Subscriber shall use the REsurety Information solely for Subscriber’s own internal business purposes. Other than to Authorized Users, Subscriber shall not allow use of or provide access to the REsurety Information or any portion thereof to any person (internally or externally), firm or entity, including without limitation any subsidiary, parent or other entity that is affiliated with Subscriber. Subscriber acknowledges and agrees that, as between Subscriber and REsurety, Subscriber shall be responsible for all acts and omissions of Authorized Users, and any act or omission by an Authorized User which, if undertaken by Subscriber, would constitute a breach of this Agreement, shall be deemed a breach of this Agreement by Subscriber. Subscriber shall undertake appropriate efforts to make all Authorized Users aware of the provisions of this Agreement as applicable to such Authorized User’s use of the Services and REsurety Information and shall cause Authorized Users to comply with such provisions.
4.2. Ownership. As between the Parties, subject to the rights granted in this Agreement, REsurety and its licensors retain all right, title and interest in and to the Intellectual Property of REsurety and the Services, and Subscriber acknowledges that it neither owns nor acquires any additional rights in and to the foregoing not expressly granted by this Agreement. To be clear, however, the preceding sentence does not constitute a representation or warranty regarding ownership of any intellectual property rights or other proprietary interests. REsurety is granting licenses under this Agreement only under Intellectual Property Rights that are owned by REsurety or that REsurety has a right to sublicense. Subscriber acknowledges that there are no licenses granted by implication under this Agreement and REsurety retains the right to use the foregoing for any purpose in REsurety’s sole discretion. REsurety acknowledges and agrees that as between REsurety and Subscriber, Subscriber is and shall remain the exclusive owner of Subscriber Data and Subscriber’s Confidential Information, and all intellectual property rights therein.
4.3. Limited Redistribution: Tabular Data; Text; Graphical Images. Notwithstanding Section 4.2, and subject to all of the conditions set forth in this Section 4.3, Subscriber shall have a limited right in the ordinary course of its business to redistribute REsurety Information both internally and externally without an additional license: (i) in the form of graphical images that are static, that do not display any specific data points, and from which it is not possible to extract or otherwise manipulate the REsurety Information; and/or (ii) in tabular data or descriptive text containing minimal excerpts of such REsurety Information, in each case provided that such redistribution complies with all of the following conditions:
(a) with respect to tabular data or descriptive text, the REsurety Information must be only a limited extract (i.e. an insubstantial amount of data provided only on an ad hoc basis);
(b) the REsurety Information is provided only on a non-continuous basis;
(c) the REsurety Information is not updated in real-time;
(d) the REsurety Information is not updated in accordance with a regular schedule (i.e. updating is infrequent or irregular);
(e) the provision of the REsurety Information is incidental to Subscriber’s business or the user’s job function;
(f) the minimal excerpts of the REsurety Information cannot be used as a substitute for the REsurety Information from which the data was derived and cannot be reverse-engineered to recreate such REsurety Information;
(g) Subscriber’s products or services incorporating the REsurety Information do not have any commercial value; and
(h) Subscriber does not charge a fee for the REsurety Information and/or any Subscriber products or services incorporating the REsurety Information.
By way of example, such limited redistribution right may include, but is not restricted to any of the following: (A) internal company reports to senior management that are not distributed to any other parties; (B) annual shareholder reports; and (C) legally required briefings, such as to regulatory agencies, in each case in the ordinary course of Subscriber’s business.
Subscriber agrees to always identify REsurety as the source of the REsurety Information, and it shall display, on each website, screen, document page or any other format that includes REsurety Information, or data derived therefrom, such REsurety logos, trademarks, copyright and/or proprietary notices, disclaimers, or any other confidentiality notices as REsurety may request.
Except as specifically provided in this Section 4.3 or in the Order, Subscriber shall not create any derivative work from the REsurety Information and Subscriber shall not publish, reproduce, and/or otherwise distribute, externally or internally, the REsurety Information or any component or portion thereof in any manner (including, but not limited to, via or as part of any Internet site) without an additional license. Any use or distribution of the REsurety Information beyond the express uses authorized under this Agreement is subject to the payment of additional fees to REsurety. REsurety reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to determine if Subscriber’s use of the limited redistribution rights granted under this Section 4.4 violates the terms of this Agreement.
4.4. Restrictions on Use. Except as expressly permitted in this Agreement, regarding the Intellectual Property of REsurety, the Services, the REsurety Information and the Documentation (for purposes of this Section 4.4, collectively, the “REsurety Technology”) Subscriber shall not, and shall not permit any other Authorized User or third party to:
(a) copy the REsurety Technology, in whole or in part;
(b) modify, correct, adapt, translate, enhance, or otherwise prepare derivative works or improvements of the REsurety Technology;
(c) rent, lease, lend, sell, sublicense, assign, distribute, publish, transfer, or otherwise make available the REsurety Technology to any third party;
(d) reverse engineer, disassemble, decompile, decode, or adapt the REsurety Technology, or otherwise attempt to derive or gain access to the source code of the REsurety Technology, in whole or in part;
(e) bypass or breach any security device or protection used for or contained in the REsurety Technology or Documentation;
(f) remove, delete, efface, alter, obscure, translate, combine, supplement, or otherwise change any trademarks, proprietary or copyright notices, terms of the Documentation, warranties, disclaimers, or Intellectual Property of REsurety, proprietary rights or other symbols, notices, marks, or serial numbers on or relating to any copy of the REsurety Technology or Documentation;
(g) use the REsurety Technology in any manner or for any purpose that infringes, misappropriates, or otherwise violates any intellectual property right or other right of any person, or that violates any applicable law;
(h) use the REsurety Technology for purposes of: (i) benchmarking or competitive analysis of the REsurety Technology; (ii) developing, using, or providing a competing software product or service; or (iii) any other purpose that is to REsurety’s detriment or commercial disadvantage;
(i) use the REsurety Technology in or in connection with the design, construction, maintenance, operation, or use of any hazardous environments, systems, or applications, any safety response systems or other safety-critical applications, or any other use or application in which the use or failure of the REsurety Technology could lead to personal injury or severe physical or property damage; or
(j) use the REsurety Technology or Documentation other than for its intended and permitted use or in any manner or for any purpose or application not expressly permitted by this Agreement.
4.5. Financial Instruments. Subscriber acknowledges and agrees that neither this Agreement nor the Order confers on Subscriber any rights to use the REsurety Information or any data contained therein as the basis for, or as a component of, any indices or any financial instruments whatsoever (including, without limitation, swaps, options, forward contracts, notes, warrants, exchange-traded options, futures contracts, or bilateral contracts) and that a separate express license from REsurety is required for such purpose. It is understood that the foregoing shall not, in the ordinary course of Subscriber’s business, prohibit Authorized Users from performing analyses based on REsurety Information to which Subscriber obtains access under this Agreement.
4.6. Use of Supplemental Data Offerings. As a convenience to Subscriber, REsurety may, from time to time, make available to Subscriber content, data products or services, and/or information provided by third parties (collectively, “Supplemental Data Offerings”). Subject to the payment of the licensing fees in accordance with the applicable Order, REsurety hereby grants to Subscriber, and Subscriber hereby accepts, a limited, non-exclusive, non-transferable right and license to receive, access, use and store the Supplemental Data Offering for its internal business purposes only, which may include advising individual third party clients with derivative works that use limited subsets and/or summarized data from the Supplemental Data Offerings (“Permitted Uses”). Any other derivate works are prohibited without the express written permission of REsurety and its licensors. Subscriber agrees that it will only use the Supplemental Data Offering under the terms set forth and as permitted in the applicable Order. Subscriber agrees that it shall not (i) receive, reproduce, copy, market, sell, convey, distribute, license, sublicense, assign, lease, timeshare, modify, amend, publish, rent or otherwise use the Supplemental Data Offering for any reason other than a Permitted Use; (ii) create derivative works, including without limitation, transactions, adaptions, arrangements or any other alteration, of the Supplemental Data Offering for any reason other than a Permitted Use; (iii) allow any third parties to access the Third-Party Data Offering through any means; or (iv) incorporate the Supplemental Data Offering with or into any other data, application, product or service that discloses the Supplemental Data Offering to third parties. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Agreement, REsurety does not warrant any Supplemental Data Offering.
If Subscriber enables any Supplemental Data Offering for use with REsurety Services, Subscriber acknowledges that REsurety may share with or allow providers of that Supplemental Data Offering to access certain of Subscriber Data as required for the interoperation and support of such Supplemental Data Offering with the REsurety Services, including without limitation, Subscriber’s name, Subscription start date, level of access, number of locations accessed and the like. Subscriber agrees and accepts that Supplemental Data Offering providers shall have the right to contact Subscribers for purposes of discussing such Supplemental Data Offering provider’s products and services. REsurety shall not be responsible for any disclosure, modification or deletion of Subscriber Data resulting from any such access by the providers of Supplemental Data Offerings. Subscriber agrees and understands that use of Supplemental Data Offerings by Subscriber is solely in Subscriber’s discretion. Any utilization by Subscriber of such Supplemental Data Offerings, and any direct exchange of data between Subscriber and any provider of a Supplemental Data Offering is solely between Subscriber and the applicable provider of the Supplemental Data Offering.
5. Support Terms.
5.1. Support Services. During the Subscription Term, REsurety shall provide the support services set forth in this Section 5 to Subscribers at no additional charge. Subscribers may also purchase advanced or premium support services from REsurety subject to payment of additional support fees.
5.2. Technical Support. Subscriber may request technical support from REsurety by submitting a request via email to email@example.com. When submitting a request for technical support, Subscriber must (i) specify the problem with the Service and provide relevant information to enable REsurety to reproduce the problem, and (ii) provide REsurety with reasonable assistance, as requested, to help troubleshoot the problem. REsurety will not be responsible for providing support for problems in the operation or performance of the Service if the problem relates to (i) access to or interaction with any third party software or database that is not part of the Services as specified in the Order or (ii) any use or modification of the Service other than as authorized in the Agreement or the Order.
5.3. Updates. REsurety makes Updates to the Services on an ongoing basis. Except in the case of urgent Updates, REsurety will use commercially reasonable efforts to schedule downtime for routine maintenance (less than fifteen (15) minutes downtime) on Saturday or Sunday or during such other hours that REsurety reasonably determines minimizes impact on its collective customers. REsurety will use commercially reasonable efforts to give Subscriber at least twenty-four (24) hours’ notice prior to all scheduled downtime expected to exceed fifteen (15) minutes.
6. Fees and Charges.
6.1. General. Subscriber shall pay all Subscription Fees and other fees and charges stated in the Order, in U.S. Dollars plus all applicable taxes, including, but not limited to, value-added, sales, use and similar taxes, within thirty (30) days after receipt of REsurety’s invoice. REsurety may increase its fees and charges for any REsurety Information at any time after the Initial Term by providing written notice to Subscriber at least forty-five (45) days prior to the first day of any Renewal Term. For avoidance of doubt, unless otherwise specified in the Order, any discount to fees and charges in the Order shall apply to the Initial Term only.
6.2. Changes in Authorized Users. Subscriber may change its designated Authorized Users by providing written notice to REsurety; provided that the number of Authorized Users at any given time does not exceed the number of Authorized Users assigned to Subscriber for each Service included in the Order. Additionally, Subscriber may request REsurety increase or decrease the number of Authorized Users, subject to the following: (i) any increases to the number of Authorized Users that are agreed to by REsurety shall be subject to upward adjustments of fees on a pro-rated prospective basis based upon REsurety’s rates in effect as of the date of the increase; and (ii) any request to decrease the number of Authorized Users shall be made at least thirty (30) days prior to the first day of a Renewal Term, which shall be reflected in an amendment to the Order, with such decrease and the corresponding adjustment of fees to take effect on the first day of such Renewal Term.
6.3. Late Payment. Failure by Subscriber to pay any fees or other charges within thirty (30) days after the corresponding invoice date shall constitute a material breach of this Agreement and the Order. REsurety may assess a late charge at the rate of one percent (1%), or the highest rate permitted by law (whichever is lower), per calendar month on all amounts due and not paid within such thirty (30) day period until Subscriber makes payment in full.
6.4. Compliance. Subscriber shall, at REsurety’s request, promptly provide a written certification by an authorized signatory that Subscriber is in full compliance with any license restrictions provided herein or in the Order. Subscriber agrees to cooperate fully with REsurety in reconciling any disparities in Authorized User counts or other licensing disparities revealed by REsurety’s verification procedures, and REsurety shall be entitled to invoice Subscriber or credit Subscriber’s account, as appropriate, for the pro rata difference, if any, between the amount of fees actually charged to Subscriber by REsurety and the amount that should have been charged based upon such reconciliation.
7. Termination; Suspension.
7.1. Termination for Cause. A Party may terminate the Order if the other Party (i) commits a material breach of this Agreement and does not cure the breach within thirty (30) days from receipt of written notice or (ii) becomes the subject of a petition in bankruptcy or any other proceeding relating to insolvency, receivership, liquidation or assignment for the benefit of creditors. If Subscriber terminates this Agreement for cause, REsurety will promptly refund to Subscriber the unused portion of the Subscription Fees that were paid for the Service for the remainder of the Subscription Term. If REsurety terminates this Agreement for cause, Subscriber will promptly pay any unpaid Subscription Fees for the remainder of the Subscription Term.
7.2. Suspension of Service. REsurety may temporarily suspend delivery and access to the Services or any component thereof if (i) Subscriber has undisputed Subscription Fees or other fees past due, (ii) Subscriber or any Authorized User is using the Services for fraudulent or illegal activities; (iii) REsurety reasonably determines that Subscriber’s or any Authorized User’s use of the Services poses a security risk to REsurety or any third party, including without limitation, to any third party data, or may subject REsurety or any third party to liability, or (iv) REsurety has reasonable grounds to believe Subscriber is violating the terms and/or conditions set forth in this Agreement and/or the Order. REsurety will give Subscriber reasonable prior notice if access will be suspended and will promptly restore access once the issue has been resolved. For the avoidance of doubt, with respect to clause (i) above, REsurety will not suspend access if Subscriber is, reasonably and in good faith, disputing a fee and cooperating in resolving such dispute.
7.3. Effect of Termination. Upon the expiration or termination of the Order by either Party (such date, the “Termination Date”):
(a) all licenses granted under this Agreement will terminate, and neither Party will have continuing rights to use any Confidential Information of the other Party or to exercise any intellectual property rights having been licensed under this Agreement. Each Party will discontinue its use and will return the Confidential Information of the other Party.
(b) Subscriber shall cease to provide to Authorized Users any further access to the features and functionality of the Services. Subscriber will (i) immediately cease all use of the terminated REsurety Information or portion thereof provided under the Order, (ii) pay to REsurety any fees that had accrued (but had not been paid) prior to the Termination Date, and (iii) return to REsurety or destroy all tangible embodiments of the relevant REsurety Information (and all copies and portions thereof) residing in any electronic or other systems and records in Subscriber’s possession or control. At REsurety’s request, an authorized signatory of Subscriber shall certify to REsurety in writing that Subscriber has fully complied with this requirement.
(c) The following provisions will survive termination or expiration of this Agreement: Sections 1, 4.2, 4.4, 6, 7.3, 8, 9, 10, and 11, and any other provisions that must survive to meet their essential purpose.
8. Confidentiality and Disclosure.
8.1. Each Party agrees that Confidential Information is confidential and each Party shall safeguard the Confidential Information from unauthorized use, access, or disclosure using at least the degree of care it uses to protect its own confidential information and in no event less than a reasonable degree of care. No Party shall disclose the Confidential Information to any party other than the Party’s Affiliates, and each of the Party’s and its Affiliates’ directors, officers, employees, counsel, accountants, consultants, independent contractors, subcontractors, agents, auditors, credit rating agencies, lenders and financing parties (collectively, “Representatives”) who have a need to know such information; provided, that such Party informs each such party who has access to the Confidential Information of the confidential nature of such Confidential Information, the terms of this Section 8, and that such terms apply to them, and such Party shall use commercially reasonable efforts to ensure that each such party complies with the terms of this Section 8 and that any Confidential Information received by such party is kept confidential; provided, however, that the following information shall not be considered Confidential Information: (i) information as may become generally available to the public, other than as a result of a violation of this Agreement, (ii) information as may be requested by any governmental authority, or required in connection with any litigation or any court or regulatory proceeding, or to comply with any applicable law, order, regulation, ruling, or regulatory or accounting disclosure rule or standard, and (iii) information obtained from a non-confidential source that disclosed such information in a manner that did not violate its obligations to the disclosing Party in making such disclosure. If any Party becomes compelled by legal or administrative process to disclose any Confidential Information, such Party will, to the extent permitted by applicable law, provide the other Party with prompt notice so that the other Party may seek a protective order or other appropriate remedy or waive compliance with the non-disclosure provisions of this Section 8 with respect to the information required to be disclosed. If such protective order or other remedy is not obtained, or such other Party waives compliance with the non-disclosure provisions of this Section 8 with respect to the information required to be disclosed, the first Party will furnish only that portion of such information that it is legally required to be furnished.
8.2. Notwithstanding anything in this Agreement to the contrary, Subscriber and REsurety hereby expressly agree that the existence of this Agreement and the identities of the Parties are not considered Confidential Information. Unless otherwise set forth on the Order, Subscriber consents to REsurety’s use of Subscriber’s name (and corresponding trademark and logo) on REsurety’s website and marketing materials to identify Subscriber’s business as a customer.
8.3. Notwithstanding anything in this Agreement to the contrary, Subscriber (i) acknowledges that (a) REsurety is in the business of providing valuation, risk assessment, settlement, and other similar data analysis services with respect to the value or financial risk exposures of renewable power generation assets (including but not limited to wind and solar farm generation facilities) (the “Valuation & Risk Services”), and (b) the Confidential Information of Subscriber and/or Subscriber Data may include data relevant for the Valuation & Risk Services (the “Valuation & Risk Data”), which may be aggregated into other REsurety data sets for purposes of providing the Valuation & Risk Services, and (ii) agrees that REsurety shall have the right to (A) use such Valuation & Risk Data for purposes of research and development relating to REsurety’s products and/or services and disclose such Valuation & Risk Data for purposes of research and development relating to REsurety’s products and/or services on an aggregated and anonymous basis, (B) use such Valuation & Risk Data in connection with the Valuation & Risk Services and disclose such Valuation & Risk Data in connection with the Valuation & Risk Services on an aggregated and anonymous basis, and (C) retain a copy of the Valuation & Risk Data for use as permitted by this Section 8.3.
9. Disclaimer of Warranties and Limitation of Liability.
9.1. EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY STATED IN THIS AGREEMENT, AND TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, RESURETY, ITS AFFILIATES AND ALL OF THEIR THIRD-PARTY LICENSORS DISCLAIM ANY AND ALL REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR USE AS TO THE RESURETY INFORMATION, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE SERVICE(S), INFORMATION, DATA, SOFTWARE OR PRODUCTS CONTAINED THEREIN, OR THE RESULTS OBTAINED BY THEIR USE OR AS TO THE PERFORMANCE THEREOF. A REFERENCE TO A PARTICULAR INVESTMENT, SECURITY, RATING OR ANY OBSERVATION CONCERNING A SECURITY OR INVESTMENT PROVIDED IN THE RESURETY INFORMATION IS NOT A RECOMMENDATION TO BUY, SELL OR HOLD SUCH INVESTMENT OR SECURITY OR MAKE ANY OTHER INVESTMENT DECISIONS. NEITHER RESURETY, NOR ITS AFFILIATES OR THEIR THIRD-PARTY LICENSORS GUARANTEE THE ADEQUACY, ACCURACY, TIMELINESS OR COMPLETENESS OF THE RESURETY INFORMATION OR ANY COMPONENT THEREOF OR ANY COMMUNICATIONS, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ORAL OR WRITTEN COMMUNICATIONS (WHETHER IN ELECTRONIC OR OTHER FORMAT), WITH RESPECT THERETO. ACCORDINGLY, ANY USER OF THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN ANY OF THE RESURETY INFORMATION SHOULD NOT RELY ON ANY RATING OR OTHER OPINION CONTAINED THEREIN IN MAKING ANY INVESTMENT OR OTHER DECISION. RESURETY, ITS AFFILIATES AND THEIR THIRD-PARTY LICENSORS SHALL NOT BE SUBJECT TO ANY DAMAGES OR LIABILITY FOR ANY ERRORS, OMISSIONS OR DELAYS IN THE RESURETY INFORMATION. THE RESURETY INFORMATION AND ALL COMPONENTS THEREOF ARE PROVIDED ON AN “AS IS” BASIS AND SUBSCRIBER’s USE OF THE RESURETY INFORMATION IS AT SUBSCRIBER’S OWN RISK.
9.2. NOTWITHSTANDING ANYTHING TO THE CONTRARY IN THIS AGREEMENT, IN NO EVENT WHATSOEVER SHALL RESURETY, ITS AFFILIATES OR THEIR THIRD-PARTY LICENSORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, PUNITIVE OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOSS OF PROFITS, TRADING LOSSES, OR LOST TIME OR GOODWILL, EVEN IF THEY HAVE BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, TORT, STRICT LIABILITY OR OTHERWISE. RESURETY, ITS AFFILIATES AND THEIR THIRD-PARTY LICENSORS SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIMS AGAINST SUBSCRIBER BY THIRD PARTIES. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE MAXIMUM CUMULATIVE LIABILITY OF RESURETY, ITS AFFILIATES, AND THEIR THIRD-PARTY LICENSORS IN CONNECTION WITH THE RESURETY INFORMATION AND/OR THIS AGREEMENT, REGARDLESS OF THE FORM(S) OF ACTION, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, TORT, STRICT LIABILITY OR OTHERWISE, EXCEED THE FEES PAID BY SUBSCRIBER TO RESURETY UNDER THE ORDER FOR THE RESURETY INFORMATION IN QUESTION IN THE MONTH SUCH LIABILITY IS ALLEGED TO HAVE ARISEN. NOTHING IN THIS AGREEMENT SEEKS TO LIMIT OR RESTRICT LIABILITY FOR DEATH OR PERSONAL INJURY RESULTING FROM NEGLIGENCE.
9.3. NO ACTION, REGARDLESS OF FORM, ARISING FROM OR PERTAINING TO THIS AGREEMENT, THE ORDER, OR THE RESURETY INFORMATION MAY BE BROUGHT BY SUBSCRIBER MORE THAN ONE (1) YEAR AFTER SUCH ACTION HAS ACCRUED.
10. REsurety’s Propriety Rights/Injunctive Relief.
10.1. All proprietary rights (including, but not limited to, copyrights, trade secrets, database rights and trademark rights) in the REsurety Information, including, but not limited to, all information, data, ratings and ratings symbology, software, products and documentation contained or included therein, are and shall remain the sole and exclusive property of REsurety, its Affiliates and their third-party licensors. The REsurety Information is compiled, prepared, revised, selected and arranged by REsurety, its Affiliates and their third-party licensors through the application of methods and standards of judgment developed and applied through the expenditure of substantial time, effort and money, and the REsurety Information constitutes the valuable Intellectual Property of REsurety, its Affiliates and their third-party licensors. Subscriber shall protect the copyrights, trade secrets, database rights, trademarks and other proprietary rights of REsurety, its Affiliates and their third-party licensors in the REsurety Information, including, but not limited to, any contractual, statutory, or common-law rights, during and after the term of this Agreement or the Order. Subscriber shall honor and comply with all reasonable requests made by REsurety to protect the rights of REsurety, its Affiliates, and their third-party licensors in the REsurety Information. Nothing in this definition is intended to assign to REsurety from Subscriber or otherwise limit Subscriber’s use of intellectual property separately owned or licensed by Subscriber.
10.2. Copying of, use of, access to, or distribution of the REsurety Information or any information, data or software contained therein in breach of this Agreement and/or the Order shall cause REsurety, its Affiliates and/or their third-Party licensors irreparable injury that cannot be adequately compensated for by means of monetary damages. REsurety, its Affiliates and their third-party licensors may enforce any breach of this Agreement or the Order by Subscriber by means of equitable relief (including, but not limited to, injunctive relief and temporary and preliminary injunctive relief) in addition to any and all other rights and remedies that may be available, without the posting of a bond.
10.3. Subscriber shall defend, indemnify and hold harmless REsurety and its third-party licensors from and against any and all costs, claims, damages, expenses and liabilities (including, but not limited to, reasonable legal expenses and court costs) incurred by or imposed upon REsurety and its third-party licensors arising from any breach of Subscriber’s obligations, or of the limitations or restrictions set forth in this Agreement and the Order.
10.4. Unless otherwise specified in the Order, Subscriber has no obligation to provide Subscriber Feedback. If Subscriber provides Subscriber Feedback to REsurety, REsurety will have a worldwide, perpetual, irrevocable, royalty-free, non-exclusive, transferable, sublicensable right and license to fully use, practice, and exploit such Subscriber Feedback for any purposes whatsoever in any medium now known or hereinafter developed.
11.1. Force Majeure. REsurety shall have no responsibility or liability for any delays or interruptions in or failures of its performance under this Agreement or the Order beyond its control, including, but not limited to, acts of nature, acts of governmental authority, fire, acts of war, terrorism, flood, strikes, severe or adverse weather conditions, power failures or communications line or network failures.
11.2. Compliance with Law. Subscriber shall comply with all federal, state, local and exchange laws, rules, and regulations now or hereinafter in effect. Subscriber agrees that it will not engage in, and that it is not currently engaged in, the operation of any unlawful transactions or business and that it will not use or permit anyone to use the REsurety Information for an unlawful purposes.
11.3. Sanctions. As of the Effective Date, to the best of Subscriber’s knowledge: (i) neither Subscriber nor any of Subscriber’s Affiliates, or any director or corporate officer of Subscriber or any of its Affiliates, is the subject of any sanctions administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control of the U.S. Department of the Treasury, the U.S. State Department, the European Union, the United Nations Security Council or other applicable sanctions authority (collectively, “Sanctions”); (ii) Subscriber is not 50% or more owned or controlled, directly or indirectly, buy any person or entity that is the subject of Sanctions; (iii) Subscriber is not an agency or instrumentality of, or an entity owned or controlled by, the government of a country that is the subject of territorial Sanctions, or located, organized, or resident in a country that is the subject of territorial Sanctions; and (iv) no entity 50% or more owned or controlled by a direct or indirect parent of Subscriber is the subject of Sanctions. As of the Effective Date, to the best of REsurety’s knowledge, no entity 50% or more owned or controlled by a direct or indirect parent of REsurety is the subject of Sanctions. For so long as this Agreement is in effect, each Party will prompt notify the other if any of these circumstances change.
11.4. Relationship of the Parties. REsurety, in furnishing services to Subscriber hereunder, is acting as an independent contractor, and the relationship of the Parties under this Agreement shall not constitute a partnership or joint venture for any purpose. REsurety is not an agent of Subscriber and has no right, power or authority, expressly or impliedly, to represent or bind Subscriber as to any matters.
11.5. Notice. Any notice, notification, request, confirmation, demand or determination provided by a Party pursuant to this Agreement and the Order shall be in writing and shall be delivered by either (i) certified United States mail, postage prepaid, return receipt requested or (ii) electronic mail transmission (where receipt is affirmatively acknowledged by the recipient, excluding auto-receipts) to the address of the other Party set forth in the Order or such other address as is provided by the other Party in accordance with this Section 11.5. The effective date of notice shall be the date of delivery to the addressee (in the case of certified Unites States mail) or the date that receipt is affirmatively acknowledged by the recipient (excluding auto-receipts) in the case of electronic mail transmission.
11.6. Succession. This Agreement shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the Parties and their respective successors and permitted assigns.
11.7. Assignment. Subscriber may not assign or otherwise transfer (including, but not limited to the operation of law) this Agreement without the prior written consent of REsurety and any attempted assignment or transfer shall be null and void and shall constitute a material breach of this Agreement. In addition to and notwithstanding the foregoing, if the ownership of Subscriber at any time shall pass out of the majority control of its owners as of the Effective Date by sale of stock or assets, merger, or otherwise, Subscriber shall give REsurety written notice not fewer than thirty (30) days before the effective date of any such change of control. REsurety shall have the right to terminate the Order by providing written notice to Subscriber within thirty (30) days following receipt of such notice of change of control. If REsurety does not elect to terminate the Order, the new owner of Subscriber shall assume all of Subscriber’s obligations under this Agreement and the Order and shall be responsible for adhering to all of the terms of this Agreement and the Order.
11.8. Governing Law; Venue. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the state of New York without reference to its conflict of laws provisions. Each Party agrees that any action or claim arising out of any dispute in connection with this Agreement, any rights or obligations hereunder to the performance or enforcement of such rights or obligations, to the extent not resolved by mutual agreement, shall be brought in the courts of the State of New York or the United States District Court located in the Borough of Manhattan in New York City and consents to the exclusive jurisdiction of such courts. Each Party hereby waives any objection that it may now or hereinafter have to the venue of any such suit or any such court or that such suit is brought in an inconvenient court.
11.9. Waiver of Jury Trial. EACH PARTY WAIVES ITS RIGHT TO A JURY TRIAL WITH RESPECT TO ANY ACTION OR CLAIM ARISING OUT OF ANY DISPUTE IN CONNECTION WITH THIS AGREEMENT. ANY RIGHTS OR OBLIGATIONS HEREUNDER OR THE PERFORMANCE OR ENFORCEMENT OF ANY SUCH RIGHTS OR OBLIGATIONS.
11.10. Entire Agreement. This Agreement, together with the Order, constitutes the entire agreement between the Parties hereto with respect to the subject matter hereof and supersedes any prior understandings, agreements or representations by or between the Parties, written or oral. No oral statements or prior written material not specifically incorporated herein will be of any force and effect, and no changes in or additions to this Agreement will be recognized unless incorporated herein by amendment as provided herein and signed by duly authorized representatives of both Parties. The application of Subscriber’s general terms and conditions in any general vendor acknowledgement or Subscriber’s other general purchasing conditions are hereby expressly excluded and objected to by REsurety. This Agreement shall apply and supersede the pre-printed terms and conditions of any form submitted by either Party, unless such form is executed by both Parties. This Agreement is a collaborative drafting effort and the provisions of the Agreement will not be construed against a Party as the purported drafter. The waiver by either Party of a breach or violation of any provision of this Agreement will not operate as, or be construed to be, a waiver of any subsequent breach of the same or any other provision hereof. In the event any provision of this Agreement is held to be unenforceable for any reason, the unenforceability thereof will not affect the remainder of this Agreement, which will remain in full force and effect and enforceable in accordance with its terms. With respect to any unenforceable provision, the applicable court shall deem the provision modified to the extent necessary, in such adjudicator’s opinion, to render such term or provision enforceable, and the rights and obligations of the Parties will be construed and enforced accordingly, preserving to the fullest permissible extent the intent and agreements of the Parties set forth herein. Headings in this Agreement shall not be used to interpret or construe its provisions. The following order of precedence will be followed in resolving any inconsistencies between the terms of this Agreement and the terms of any Orders, or other documents: first, the terms contained in the body of this Agreement (which may give priority to Orders for certain purposes); second, the terms of the Orders; third, the terms of any statement of work or attachment under an Order; and fourth, the terms of any other documents referenced in any of the foregoing.
Anshal Savla is an engineer with expertise in building data pipelines and automated workflows. Before joining the REsurety team, he worked as a Data Analyst at New York City Transit where he built a data pipeline to analyze employee attrition trends. At REsurety, he is working on building and optimizing automated data pipelines to support the company’s analysis of wind speed and electric power generation and pricing data.
Mr. Savla holds a Master’s degree in Computer Science from New York University and a Bachelor’s degree in Information and Technology from NMIMS University, in India.
Irina Gumennik is an environmental engineer and data analyst with more than 10 years of experience in the development of renewable energy projects. Irina was part of the team that permitted, constructed, and commissioned the Block Island Wind Farm, the first offshore wind energy project in the United States. Before joining REsurety, Irina worked for the world’s largest demand response service provider on demand-side solutions and battery storage products for commercial and institutional energy users. At REsurety, Irina evaluates weather-related volumetric risk and structures hedging contracts to mitigate that risk for clean energy buyers and sellers.
Ms. Gumennik holds a Master’s degree in Civil & Environmental Engineering from Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts. She also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science and Public Policy from Harvard University.
Lizzy Kalikasingh is a materials engineer and scientist with experience in materials selection and optimization for wind and solar technology. Before joining REsurety, Lizzy researched polymer coatings to reduce ice adhesion for wind turbine blades and was involved in the selling of renewable energy credits generated by wind turbines in Cleveland. Additionally, she worked as an operations engineer at EverPower Windholdings, where she designed tools to analyze the performance of wind turbines and auxiliary instruments.
Ms. Kalikasingh holds a Bachelor’s degree in Materials Science and Engineering from Case Western Reserve University.
David Simons is an engineer with experience in energy systems and data science. Prior to joining REsurety, David led the Systems & Analytics team at Enel X, building software to settle demand response events for the world’s largest DR provider. At REsurety, he develops and improves the analytics used to predict renewable energy revenue and quantify risk.
Mr. Simons holds a Bachelor’s degree in Energy Systems Engineering from the University of Toronto as well as a Bachelor’s degree in Linguistics from McGill University.
Daniel Jang is a researcher with experience in fundamentals-based modeling of electric power systems. Before joining REsurety, he worked in the utilities practice at the Brattle Group, consulting on issues spanning wholesale and retail electricity in litigation and commercial contexts. At REsurety, he is helping to advance renewable power price analytics.
Mr. Jang holds a Bachelors degree in Economics from Princeton University.
Blair Allen is a product manager with experience in energy information services products that support both ends of energy market exposure, from the project development phase to managing merchant generation. Before joining REsurety, Mr. Allen worked at a large energy data and analytics company as the Chief of Staff to their Power business unit, helping to manage, develop, and grow the company’s global portfolio of electricity market products and services. Prior to that he worked as a Senior Market Analyst offering price and congestion forecasts to customers with physical or financial risk in the Mid-continent ISO.
Mr. Allen holds a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy from Bucknell University, with a minor in Economics.
Barbara brings over 20 years of support experience to the REsurety team. She has worked with startups and high-growth organizations to ensure an efficient and pleasant employee work experience.
Aaron Perry is a meteorologist with experience in wind resource assessment, climate science, and numerical weather prediction. Before joining REsurety he worked for Vaisala, performing wind and solar resource assessments, and analyzing hundreds of pre-construction and operational projects around the world. As part of his Master’s studies he researched supply-side volumetric risk to renewable energy companies and the financial tools that may reduce this risk. At REsurety Aaron evaluates weather related volumetric risk and structures hedging contracts to mitigate that risk for clean energy buyers and sellers.
Mr. Perry holds a Master’s degree in Environmental Science, Policy, and Management from the Central European University in Hungary, Lund University in Sweden, and the University of Manchester in the UK. He also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Atmospheric Science from Cornell University.
Jessica Tomaszewski is an atmospheric scientist with experience in boundary layer meteorology, numerical weather prediction, and wind resource assessment. Prior to joining REsurety, Dr. Tomaszewski completed a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship with a focus on simulating interactions between wind farms and the lower atmosphere. She also conducted two summer internships at NextEra Analytics investigating improvements to the wind farm wake modeling process. As a research scientist at REsurety, she investigates new techniques for wind flow and wake modeling and long-term wind resource prediction.
Dr. Tomaszewski holds Doctor of Philosophy and Master’s degrees in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences from the University of Colorado Boulder. She also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Meteorology from the University of Oklahoma where she graduated with highest honors.
David Luke Oates is an engineer and researcher with experience in statistical and fundamentals-based modeling of wholesale electricity systems. Before joining the REsurety team, he was a consultant at the Brattle Group, supporting electricity market operators, utilities, and asset owners to address market design, asset valuation, and regulatory questions. At REsurety, he is helping to advance power price analytics in the context of emerging issues in the electricity sector.
Dr. Oates holds a Ph.D. in Engineering and Public Policy from Carnegie Mellon University and a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering Physics from Queen’s University, Canada.
Jennifer Newman is an atmospheric scientist with experience in boundary layer meteorology, remote sensing, machine learning, and wind resource assessment. Prior to joining REsurety, Dr. Newman completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory with a focus on improving turbulence estimates from Doppler wind lidars. As a research scientist at REsurety, she investigates new methods for estimating the risk of potential wind projects.
Dr. Newman holds Doctor of Philosophy and Master’s degrees in Meteorology from the University of Oklahoma. She also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Atmospheric Science from Cornell University where she graduated with distinction in research.
Tony Lapolito is the Senior Vice President, Product of REsurety. He has been a part of multiple early stage companies that have generated well over $1B in liquidity. Tony is a pioneer in many disruptive technologies including digital media, CDNs, cloud, distributed computing and big data. He has held senior Product, Marketing and UX positions at Cisco Systems, BNI and SightPath (both acquired by Cisco), Chipcom (acquired by 3Com) as well as Signiant and SevOne.
Tony holds a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from University of Massachusetts, Lowell and a Masters of Business Administration from Boston College.
Adam Reeve is a mechanical engineer and data scientist with a strong interest in the rapidly evolving renewable energy landscape. Before joining the REsurety team, he worked for a proprietary trading firm specializing in quantitative analysis of energy markets. His deep experience in data-driven analysis, model building, risk assessment and data visualization support REsurety’s analytical approach to quantifying and managing the weather-linked revenue risks of wind power projects.
Mr. Reeve holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and Political Science from Yale College, with a focus on energy and environmental studies. He graduated with distinction in both majors.
Carl Ostridge has more than 10 years of wind energy experience specializing in pre-construction and operational wind resource and energy yield assessments. Prior to joining REsurety, Mr. Ostridge worked for DNV GL analyzing and improving the accuracy of wind farm energy analyses and developing models to predict wind farm energy output and revenue on hourly timescales. He also led research activities focusing on turbine performance, wind flow and wake modeling, measurement instrument accuracy, and wind resource variability and long-term trends. His extensive industry experience and proven analytical skills support REsurety’s industry-leading tools and expertise in weather-related risk and valuation for renewable energy projects.
Mr. Ostridge holds a Master’s degree in Astrophysics from the University of Exeter in the UK.
Lee Taylor is the Co-Founder and CEO of REsurety. Since founding REsurety in 2012 to commercialize research he conducted at Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business, Mr. Taylor has built a rapidly growing company, gained institutional financing and attracted top-notch talent, advisors and directors. Today, REsurety’s products are not only award winning, but are redefining the way clean energy buyers and sellers are thinking about and managing risk. Under Mr. Taylor’s stewardship, REsurety has amassed contracts supporting more than 5,000 MW of renewable energy generation capacity, and counts many of the U.S. — if not the world’s — largest companies as customers and partners, including Microsoft, Invenergy, Capital Power, Southern Company, Nephila Climate, and Allianz.
Mr. Taylor holds an MBA from Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, where he was named an Edward Tuck Scholar (awarded for academic achievement) and recipient of the Lt. Walter Jacobs Memorial Prize (awarded for intellectual leadership). He also holds Bachelor’s degrees in Economics and Biology from the University of Virginia.
David Luke Oates is an engineer and researcher with experience in statistical and fundamentals-based modeling of wholesale electricity systems. Before joining the REsurety team, he was a consultant at the Brattle Group, supporting electricity market operators, utilities, and asset owners to address market design, asset valuation, and regulatory questions. At REsurety, he is helping to advance power price analytics in the context of emerging issues in the electricity sector.
Dr. Oates holds a Ph.D. in Engineering and Public Policy from Carnegie Mellon University and a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering Physics from Queen’s University, Canada.
Karl Critz is a software engineer with experience in simulation, modeling, machine vision, and data visualization. His work in renewables has integrated solar power with smart residential load sources and optimized generation strategies for high-penetration wind. As an experienced software architect, Karl ensures that REsurety’s analytical infrastructure is functional, reliable, and scalable.
Mr. Critz holds a Master’s degree in Management and Engineering from MIT Sloan, where he received an NREL Innovative Research Analysis Award grant for wind integration research. Mr. Critz also holds Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in Mechanical Engineering from MIT.
Jackson Myers has more than 7 years of experience in wind and solar energy operations. Prior to joining REsurety, Mr. Myers was a member of the meteorology team at Pattern Energy where he was responsible for the operational data analytics program. Prior to that, Mr. Myers worked at EDPR where he analyzed wind and solar plant performance and led a research program on the use of lightning detection technology at wind farms.
Mr. Myers holds a Bachelor’s degree in physics from McGill University and a Master’s degree in physics from Rice University.
Jhané Thomas is a DevOps Engineer with a pervasive background in CI/CD and automation. Prior to joining REsurety, she worked at large company focused on developing computer processors and related technologies, where she improved their CI/CD pipelines and testing infrastructure. At REsurety, she is building and improving the CI/CD infrastructure as well as implement more DevOps practices.
Ms. Thomas is in the process of attaining her Master’s degree in Information technology and has a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, both from Johnson & Wales University.
Steven Kalt is a full-stack developer with experience in data visualization, GIS, web design, and renewable energy origination. Before joining REsurety, he worked for Lux Research, designing interactive visualizations and developing research tools. At REsurety, Mr. Kalt works to build modular, scalable, and informative data visualization systems.
Mr. Kalt holds a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies from Amherst College in Massachusetts.
Yu Wang is the Software Quality Engineering Manager at REsurety who lays out the quality vision and oversees the quality activities of REsurety’s Risk, Platform and Information products. Before joining Resurety, Mr Wang built his more than twenty years of Software Quality Engineering tenure at MathWorks, Teradyne, Motorola and Amica by leading technical projects, managing onshore and offshore quality engineering teams, working cross-functionally, delivering high quality on-premises, distributed and cloud based software applications.
Mr Wang holds a Master’s degree in Software Reliability Engineering from the University of Maryland at College Park.
Shane Hall trained as a mechanical engineer, but pivoted to software engineering after gaining academic research experience in the aerodynamic modeling of wind turbines. He has worked at ISO-NE modeling renewable resources, and as a software engineer in the energy consulting industry building financial software products and running commodity market forecasting to advise on procurement strategy in the C&I space. He has extensive experience in resource and market modeling, machine learning forecasting, and software product development. At REsurety, Shane builds and improves software that analyzes renewable resources and assesses financial risk.
Mr. Hall holds a Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, a Bachelor’s degree in Energy Engineering, and a Certificate in Wind Power Engineering from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Marcial Santiago is a data engineer with a background in software development and mathematics. Before joining REsurety and the renewable energy industry, he worked as a Data Specialist at McLean Hospital. Mr. Santiago’s background in mathematics and software development help ensure the quality of to REsurety’s data-intensive approach to risk evaluation and mitigation.
Mr. Santiago holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Computational Mathematics from Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, NY.
Sarah Sofia is a photovoltaics engineer with extensive research experience in techno-economic analysis of solar cells and solar-plus-storage systems at high PV adoption rates. Prior to joining REsurety, Sarah performed doctoral research at MIT to determine how novel solar cell architectures and storage technologies could be made economically viable through combining experimental device fabrication, module manufacturing and system cost analysis, and location specific energy yield modeling to inform the optimal solar cell device design. At REsurety, Sarah is developing the team’s solar energy modeling software capabilities.
Dr. Sofia holds a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from MIT, as well as Bachelor’s degrees in Physics and Astronomy with a concentration in scientific computing from Haverford College.
Sahar Shirani is a civil engineer with extensive background in data analysis and statistical model development. Prior to joining REsurety, she worked at a Boston-based startup focused on treating industrial water, where she conducted market analysis on commodities. At REsurety, she is building and continuously improving the data science platform that powers REsurety’s insights into the renewable energy markets.
Ms. Shirani holds a Master’s degree in Civil & Environmental Engineering from Northeastern University, and a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from the Amirkabir Unviersity of Technology, in Iran.
Peter Richardson is an Engineering Manager at REsurety with a focus on data visualization. He has been at the crossroads of Energy markets and data management for over a decade working on a variety of projects including human capacity development for renewable energy systems in the Galapagos Islands and the buildout of analytic software packages for financial contracts in wholesale electricity markets.
Mr. Richardson holds a Bachelor’s degree in Physics from Colorado College, with a minor in Mathematics.
Owen Miles is a GIS specialist with experience in mapping and visualizing large environmental datasets. Before joining REsurety, Owen worked in the environmental consulting field, where he specialized in numerical modeling and data visualization for environmental projects. At REsurety, he is building GIS and data visualization tools.
Owen has a Master’s degree in Civil Engineering from Queen’s University and a Bachelor degree in Water Resources Engineering.
Omri Schwarz has a long career of software development, quality assurance, and full-stack software and hardware implementation in academic and commercial contexts. Prior to REsurety, Mr. Schwarz designed, developed and administered quality assurance processes at a quantitative hedge fund, operated Beowulf supercomputers at MIT, and developed software at Fraunhofer. At REsurety, Mr. Schwarz supports the developers by implementing and upgrading the QA process, putting stitches in time to save nine.
Mr. Schwarz has a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from MIT.
Michelle Bowen is a business development professional who is passionate about ushering in a new clean energy era. Before joining the REsurety team, she worked in origination of long-term renewable energy offtake agreements at a leading, global renewable energy company.
Michelle holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Civil Engineering from Rice University.
Matthew Livingston is a meteorologist with experience in weather forecasting and data analysis. Before joining the REsurety team, Matt worked for Penn State University as a researcher responsible for collecting and analyzing data retrieved from hail storms to help aid in the prediction of large hail events.
Mr. Livingston holds a Bachelor’s degree in Meteorology with a focus in Weather Risk Management from the Pennsylvania State University. In addition to his meteorology degree, he also minored in Energy, Business and Finance.
Marion Cundari is a mechanical engineer with experience in both wind energy and energy efficiency program evaluation. While earning her bachelor’s degree, Marion helped develop a sound based wind turbine condition monitoring prototype as her senior project. After graduation and before joining REsurety, Marion calculated energy and demand savings associated with utility sponsored energy efficiency programs throughout the United States.
Ms. Cundari holds a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering and a minor in economics from the University of Vermont.
Sinéad Barry-O’Brien is a leader in operations with proven execution across varied industries. Putting customers at the center of decision-making, she has driven growth through customer experience, team-building, and process improvement. Sinéad has supported global M&A strategies to build market share. She is passionate about scaling entrepreneurial companies in growth industries.
Sinéad holds a Master’s degree in International Public Policy and Diplomacy, from University College Cork, and a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce from the National University of Ireland, Galway.