Meet Marlene Motyka
Deloitte U.S. Alternative Energy Leader, Principal, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP
Marlene is the US Alternative Energy Leader for Deloitte and a principal in the Valuation Services practice of Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP (“Deloitte FAS”). In her role as Deloitte’s Alternative Energy Leader she steers Deloitte’s overall delivery of a broad range of cross-spectrum professional services – from tax related issues, M&A and financing activities, business strategy, valuation, accounting to technology integration and operational consulting as well as human capital offerings – to alternative energy companies, and those who invest in alternative energy. Marlene is also a joint-leader of Deloitte’s “reSources 2012” survey. This second nationwide study uncovers the actions that businesses, and consumers, are taking to manage their energy usage and to understand what motivates them to adopt new practices and technologies. The study also explores corporate commitment to energy management in terms of goals and capital investment.
For over sixteen years, Marlene has supervised and performed a variety of valuation and financial advisory engagements including the valuation and financial analysis of electric generating projects, renewable energy projects, gas, electric and district heat transmission and distribution networks, and intangible assets. These assignments have been performed for mergers and acquisitions, purchase price allocations, financial reporting, freshstart accounting, taxation, sale/leaseback, project financing, financial modeling and management information purposes. Her clients include independent power producers, utilities, project developers, lenders and private equity. Marlene has analyzed a variety of electric generating facilities ranging from large utility base load power plants to smaller independent power plants, including coal, gas, wind, solar, hydroelectric, and waste to energy. In addition, Marlene has assisted clients with the financial analysis, solar and ethanol projects in consideration of potential investments and partnerships.
Marlene is a frequent speaker on topics such renewable energy, valuation, carbon and sustainability. She has an MBA in Finance from Rutgers University and a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Lehigh University.