In observance of Veterans Day, Key Capture Energy would like to thank all those who have served in our armed forces. We are honored to have several veterans on our team and would like to take a moment to reflect upon their heroism and thank them for the sacrifices they made in service of our country.
Brad Hillman, an integral member of KCE’s team, ensures that KCE has the greatest chance of success by directing the pre-construction activities for all of KCE’s projects. Brad leads the siting, engineering, and procurement for each project. After graduating from the Electronics Technician School and the Naval Nuclear Power School, Brad went on to serve in the United States Navy from 1977 until 1989, when he was Honorably Discharged at rank E-6. During his time in the Navy, Brad served on 1 conventional destroyer, 2 nuclear submarines and 1 training tour. Brad’s duties have taken him across the United States from New York City to Norfolk, Virginia to San Diego, California. Brad has earned numerous recognitions, including Designated Master Training Specialist, two Good Conduct Medals and a Navy Expeditionary Medal.
Heath Sloan serves as KCE’s Operations and Maintenance manager and is based in our Albany, New York office. Heath is responsible for the overall reliability and performance of KCE’s Battery Storage assets. In addition, Heath manages internal remote monitoring, physical operation and remote control of the Battery Storage projects. Before joining the KCE team, Heath served in the United States Army from 2008 to 2015, when he medically retired as a Non-commissioned Officer with the rank of E-5, Sergeant, after graduating from numerous Army training schools. Heath was deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation New Dawn in addition to other missions supporting the National Response Framework.
Isaac Munro, the newest member of the KCE team, works as KCE’s engineering intern assisting with site plans, interconnection requests, inverter/transformer analysis, battery operations and much more. Currently completing his last year at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute for electrical engineering, Isaac previously served as a 2nd class petty officer (ETN PO2) in the Navy for 6 years. From 2007-2013, Isaac was stationed on board the USS Ronald Reagan where he served as a nuclear electronics technician and participated in multiple operations in the pacific, including Operation Tomodachi.
We celebrate and honor Brad, Heath, Isaac and all American veterans for their patriotism and willingness to serve for the common good.