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Rob Threlkeld

Rob Threlkeld

Threlkeld leads the company’s commitment to meet the electricity needs of its global operations with 100 percent renewable energy by 2050. In this role, he manages GM’s growing renewable energy portfolio and develops future projects to support GM’s sustainability strategy. Threlkeld is responsible for negotiating long-term power purchase agreements with projects underway at various facilities across the globe, including opportunities associated with battery storage, behind-the- meter applications and EV integration.
Threlkeld is a board member of the American Wind Energy Association and actively involved in the Solar Energy Industries Association, two energy groups advancing the use of these renewable forms of energy. He also serves on the advisory board of Rocky Mountain Institute’s Business Renewables Center and supports the Renewable Energy Buyers Alliance, organizations designed to help utilities and renewable energy providers meet rising demand.
His certifications include certified hazardous material manager (CHMM), certified energy manager (CEM) and business energy professional (BEP).
Threlkeld began his career at General Motors in 2000 as manager of the powerhouse and wastewater treatment plant operations at GM’s Lordstown (Ohio) Assembly Complex. He holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in civil engineering from Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana.

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