by  | Nov 18, 2018 | Podcast

Today we’re talking about saying the right thing when you don’t know what to say and how we can make the planet a better place by embracing renewable energy.

Kim Centera, the CEO and Founder of TerraPro Solutions, provides high-level expertise in the development and implementation of renewable energy projects, including wind, solar, and energy storage. She joins me today to share how sustainable energy is helping to reduce our carbon footprint and clean up the environment.

We Discuss:

  • Saying the right thing when you don’t know what to say
  • What renewable energy is and what’s involved in renewable energy projects
  • Some of the biggest challenges and risks involved in developing energy projects
  • What the future of renewable energy within the U.S. looks like
  • Careers for women in the sustainable energy industry

Be sure to check out Paula Shaw’s Book:
Saying The Right Thing When You Don’t Know What To Say

“Isolation is not a good place for people to heal.”  –  Paula Shaw

About Kim:

A trailblazer in a male-dominated industry, Kimberlee Centera has over 20 years as a risk management expert for the development and financing of large-scale generator energy projects.

Under her leadership, TerraPro Solutions (formerly Centera Land & Title Services) has generated over 5,500 MWs in renewables, with a total financed value of over $3.5 billion, making it the top risk management practice in the renewables market.

Kimberlee’s expertise includes identifying, managing and mitigating risk. She consistently delivers outstanding results on complex high-value projects.

TerraPro Solutions provides high-level expertise in the development and implementation of renewable energy projects including wind, solar and energy storage.

Comprehensive services range from site feasibility and land acquisition to due diligence for investment and financing, through construction, compliance and post-construction operations.

Kimberlee has her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of Redlands and she is a California licensed Real Estate Broker.

What’s happening with all these fires and hurricanes definitely represents a real change in our environment and our climate. Even if we want to ignore the scientific evidence, certainly what we’re seeing in terms of changes is all around us. Embracing renewables and moving it forward is one way to help with reducing that carbon footprint and to clean up the environment.”  –  Kimberlee Centera