Insights: News Kilpatrick Townsend’s Mark Riedy Earns International Recognition on the 2023 Bioeconomy 500 List
WASHINGTON D.C. (February 16) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that Mark Riedy, partner in the firm’s Washington D.C. office, has been recognized on the 2023 Bioeconomy 500 by The Daily Digest, which highlights individuals for their leadership contributions to the bioeconomy’s development and project deployment.
This prestigious, international list honors scientists, engineers, policy makers, financiers, project developers, feedstock pioneers, offtakers, advocates, and supply-chain and distribution partners. All Digest subscribers were eligible to nominate and vote for candidates of their choosing.
See the full list of honorees here.
“The bioeconomy has grown leaps and bounds in the past 10 years,” said Digest editor Jim Lane, “and it is usually told as a story of technologies and Net Zero pledges — but it is individuals who actually translate opportunity into accomplishment, and the Bioeconomy 500 recognizes those individuals who played the leading part. Congratulations to all the winners and the friends who nominated, voted and campaigned for them.”
All honorees will have the opportunity to attend the Advanced Bioeconomy Leadership Conference and take part in the ceremony celebrating those named to 2023 Bioeconomy 500, including a presentation of the official medals and ribbons.
Mark Riedy primarily focuses his practice on U.S. and international project development and finance and private placement representation of renewable and conventional energy, clean technology, environmental and infrastructure clients. His clients principally represent developers, lenders, EPCs, O&Ms, equipment providers, private equity, venture capital and infrastructure funds.
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Mark J. Riedy
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