Amb. Lincoln Bloomfield Jr.
Lincoln Bloomfield Jr. was U.S. Special Envoy for MANPADS Threat Reduction from 2008-09. From 2001-2005 he was U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Political Military Affairs, also serving as Special Representative of the President and Secretary of State for Humanitarian Mine Action. He was Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs (1992-93), Deputy Assistant to the Vice President for National Security Affairs (1991-02), member of the US team negotiating for US facilities in the Philippines (1991-92) and the US water mediation between Israel and Jordan (1990), and Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs (1988-89) among other policy positions in the Department of Defense beginning in 1981. He served for eight years until 2017 as Chairman of the non-partisan Stimson Center where he now serves as Chairman Emeritus and Distinguished Fellow, and is a National Executive Committee Member of the U.S. Water Partnership, and Director of the Detroit-based non-profit energy NGO The Last Kilometer.
As President of Palmer Coates LLC, he maintains commercial relationships with startup entities developing innovative sustainable energy and transportation technologies, and supports three policy advisories including a major law firm. Author and commentator on many foreign policy and national security issues, he holds degrees from Harvard College (a.b.) and the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy (M.A.L.D.).
“Character is destiny.”– Heraclites
- Stimson Center
- U.S. Water Partnership
- NGO The Last Kilometer
This team is responsible for some of our industry’s
most incredible firsts, including:
● The first Net-Zero energy, waste, and water solution demonstrated to the United Nations Peacekeeping forces in Nepal
● The first DoD Foreign Military Sale (FMS) of a mobile, hybrid-powered border security system to Egypt
● Introduction of advanced microgrid modeling tools to the U.S. Army’s Operational Energy Advisors
● The first off-grid solar microgrid of its size, providing 24/7 power to a Haitian village in Les Anglais, Haiti
● The first tender to be contracted by the Kenya Rural Electrification Authority to provide power for community stabilization
● The first off-grid environmental monitoring system for use by a major American power utility in the California desert
● The first mobile renewable energy systems deployed by the Federal Aviation Authority, used for runway monitoring
● The first groundbreaking analysis of the logistical flyaway package for an elite U.S. Special Operations Forces unit. This demonstrated that fuel consumption and generation equipment can be reduced 60% with properly designed and configured renewable energy production, management and storage.