Leadership Team

Mark Noyes, President and CEO

Mark Noyes,

President and Chief Executive Officer, Con Edison Clean Energy Businesses

Mark Noyes is a renewable energy leader recognized for his expertise in mobilizing diverse stakeholders to deploy cutting-edge solar, wind, and battery storage critical to our planet’s future.

Mark serves as the president and CEO of Con Edison Clean Energy Businesses (CEB). He structured CEB in 2010, and has grown it from startup to the second-largest solar energy owner and operator in North America. Currently, CEB develops, owns, and operates more than 4GW of renewable energy projects and has a 10GW development pipeline.

“One Team, One Mission” is Mark’s approach. Achieving earth-saving renewable energy goals requires an aligned organization, exceptional talent, and a workplace culture where diversity of thought powers better decisions – at the headquarters in Valhalla, NY, to the six regional offices, to the more than 150 CEB operating assets nationwide.

Mark has made it a priority to contribute to the communities where CEB lives and works, preserving and enhancing the land that CEB develops and mitigating disruption to surrounding ecosystems. Mark is always available to the landowners who trust him to operate the renewable energy projects on their properties.

During his 35-year career, Mark has developed innovative energy solutions for small enterprises and large investor-owned energy companies. He began his professional career at Con Edison. He ascended to vice president of asset management and acquisition and was named to Crain’s New York Business 40 Under 40. Mark left Con Edison and launched two startups. He founded WebGen Systems and CPower and then successfully exited them to major domestic and international utilities. Throughout this entrepreneurial period, Mark advised energy clients on renewable innovations, technology, and acquisitions as the principal and managing partner at B4U Services. In 2008, he returned to Con Edison as vice president of Con Edison Development and then founded CEB

Mark is also an inventor; he holds a patent for automatic energy management and energy consumption reduction, with a focus on commercial and multi-building systems.

Mark is a board member of CEB and Con Edison Transmission. Since 2019, Mark has served as CEO of the Pleasantville Country Club. Previously he served as CEO and chairman of the board of directors for WebGen Systems.

Mark earned his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and his MBA with a concentration in operations and finance. He is a certified energy manager (CEM®) and certified sustainable development professional (CSDP®) with the Association of Energy Engineers.

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