Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of KDC Ag
Since 1983, Hal Kamine has coupled with a strong entrepreneurial spirit with his engineering background to bridge his vision to build, own and operate infrastructure nationwide. As CEO and owner of Kamine Development Company, predecessor to KDC AG, Hal developed, built, and owned seven unregulated non-utility power generation projects located in New York and New Jersey between 1985 and 2000. These projects totaled 600 megawatts and represented a capital investment of more than $800 million. Hal then built, KMC Telecom eventually deployed over $2 billion in capital, had over 1,500 employees and revenues of approximately $600 million per year becoming the largest Privately Held CLEC. Hal also started KDC Solar, which raised $225M from Diamond Castle and is now one of the largest, owners and operators of net-metered solar projects on the east coast with 125 MW operational and another 30 MW in construction. Hal and his team now concentrate on scaling sustainable technologies to create macro closed loop systems.