Mike Hamilton has more than 40 years of experience in utility accounting and management, representing clients in front of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, several state public utility commissions and other regulatory bodies.
Prior to co-founding Powerlink, Hamilton worked as a partner at PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PWC) responsible for the U.S. utility audit and tax practice and working with the firm’s largest utility clients. He also served as a financial advisor in numerous utility bankruptcies and restructurings. He also testified before state and Federal regulatory commissions on accounting and economic issues.
Prior to co-founding Powerlink, Hamilton was chairman and chief executive officer of MMC Energy, Inc., an owner, operator and developer of electric generation in California. He was also a senior managing director at FTI Consulting, Inc. and involved in large energy-related bankruptcy and restructuring assignments. There, he helped prepare strategic options for the future of the Long Island Power Authority.
Hamilton also was assistant controller at Potomac Electric Power Co., and an audit manager at Arthur Andersen & Co. He was graduated from St. Francis College and is a Certified Public Accountant.