Adrienne Taylor has more than 20 years of experience in the energy and environmental industry, focusing on energy resiliency, efficiency, and conservation; environmental compliance and restoration; and fuels expertise, to include alternative and operational fuels infrastructure. Adrienne is adept at planning and executing large programs with methodical processes and unwavering focus on customer satisfaction. She appreciates the importance of working closely with clients to understand their mission, priorities, and challenges and is committed to relentlessly looking for solutions to ensure scientifically sound technical delivery.
Responsible for overall growth and execution of the Energy and Environmental business line at Redhorse, Adrienne leads a team focused science and engineering, thought leadership, and policy and advisory consulting utilizing data science and artificial intelligence to provide technologically advanced solutions for Federal clients.
Adrienne is an expert in environmental restoration and compliance, having led various cleanup efforts under CERCLA, while providing innovative principles and practices. She has reliable project management skills to solve environmental issues, decrease the environmental footprint of Federal clients, and lessen overall environmental liability. She has supported mission operations through hazardous waste/materials management; Pollution Prevention (P2); and petroleum, oil, and lubrication (POL) support activities.
Adrienne formerly worked for Imperium Renewables, Inc., a biodiesel manufacturing company where she helped cite a 100-million gallon transesterification processing plant that was planned for construction in Hawaii. She facilitated supply chain logistics for the importation of sustainably-sourced biodiesel to the islands for use in fleet vehicles. Adrienne worked with academia, NGOs, and the agriculture community to identify sustainable sources of vegetable oil; worked with industry on compatibility of biodiesel in heavy machinery; and partnered with utilities on the use of biodiesel in large scale energy production.
Adrienne has a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Seattle University and a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification.