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Doyle is the President and CEO of NRG's renewable energy business (NRG Renew) and an Executive Vice President at NRG Energy. Prior to running NRG's renewable energy business, Doyle was President and CEO of NRG Solar, a company he established in October 2009 when he joined NRG. Since that point in time, Doyle grew NRG Solar into the largest solar energy company in the country from an equity ownership perspective. He transitioned the company from a start-up utility-solar development company into one of the most diverse solar companies in the business focused on both utility and distributed solar. In addition, Doyle brought engineering, procurement, construction and manufacturing into NRG Solar in order to meet his objective of best-in-market installed cost. Doyle has more than 25 years of domestic and international energy industry experience that includes engineering design, development, asset management, M&A, and substantial P&L ownership. As Executive Vice President of Global Development at BrightSource Energy Inc., he led efforts to secure one of the largest portfolios of power purchase agreements in the solar industry. Prior to his time at BrightSource Energy, Doyle spent over 15 years living in Hong Kong and Singapore wearing the roles of Asia Pacific Managing Director for the international development company InterGen as well as the Asia Pacific Managing Director for Foster Wheeler Energy Corp. He holds an MBA and a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Arizona. NRG Renew L.L.C., a subsidiary of NRG Energy, one of the nation's largest renewable energy companies, has more than 150 renewable energy projects totaling approximately 4,500 gross megawatts (MWac) of solar (1,237) and wind (3,249) capacity in operation throughout North America, including the Caribbean, and US territories outside North America. NRG also currently services 24 megawatts of residential solar in the U.S.