2021 CONFERENCE SPEAKERS

Bonnie Loomis

Bonnie Loomis

South Carolina Managing Director
E4 Carolinas

A South Carolina native with undergraduate and law degrees from the University of South Carolina. Loomis has nearly 30 years of experience working in and around South Carolina state government and the state’s energy industry. She completed energy and leadership programs at both Arizona State University’s Thunderbird School of Global Management (energy) and the Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (leadership), as well as the Riley Institute at Furman University’s Diversity Leaders Initiative and Leadership South Carolina. From 2013 to 2015, Loomis served as a member of the SCCEBA Board and more recently as its Executive Director.


Weston Adams, III

Weston Adams, III

Partner & Co-Chair Energy Industry Group
SC Clean Energy Industries Task Force Co-Chair
Nelson Mullins

Weston Adams III practices Energy, Environmental, and Appellate Law. He served from 2004 to 2014 as Commissioner, and then Chairman, of the SC Conservation Bank, in which time that SC State Agency funded 250,000 acres of conservation easements in South Carolina. He was educated at Sewanee, Cambridge, and the USC School of Law, where he served as the Research Editor of the South Carolina Law Review. In his law practice, he has served as lead counsel on more than 100 appeals to the SC Court of Appeals, the SC Supreme Court, and the 4th Circuit in Richmond.


Bryan Stone

Bryan Stone

President & Chief Operating Officer
SC Clean Energy Industries Task Force Co-Chair
Lockhart Power

Since 2006, Bryan has led several transformative initiatives including increasing the number of generation stations nine-fold and creating a diversified portfolio generating 100% renewable energy, while reducing customer costs.  These generation projects required the addition of significant new capabilities and resources across all departments, positioning the company for an even wider variety of future growth opportunities.  In 2015, Stone stepped up to assume a dual role as the Chief Operating Officer of the largest private wastewater utility in South Carolina. Before Lockhart Power, Bryan held a variety of engineering and maintenance management roles at two Fortune 500 chemical manufacturing companies. He earned a BSEE and MSEE and an MBA from the University of Florida.


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