William Bingham is responsible for directing some of JLLs most complex consulting assignments. He has advised major institution, government sector and corporate clients for 30 years.
In the area of sustainability, William has extensive experience on a community level:
Founder and Chairman the Ipswich Commission on Energy Use and Climate Protection;
Lead author of Greenhouse Gas Inventory for Ipswich, Massachusetts;
Developed and delivered presentations on the roles of electric utilities in demand management and energy efficiency;
Prepared and delivered presentations on energy related regulatory and incentive mechanisms available to city planners;
Created and managed two major energy related events: Home Energy Festival, 2007; conference, exhibition, clinic, continuing education event; keynote speaker was William Moomaw, lead author of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC); and,
Green Car Festival, 2006; exhibition, conference, and films; sponsored by the major automobile manufacturers and a local businesses.
JLL Client Service Awards 1997 and 2003
Harvard University, Master of City and Regional Planning Hobart College, B.A., Urban Studies
Chairman, Ipswich Planning Board; 1986-1991
Chairman and Founder, Ipswich Commission on Energy Use and Climate Protection
Chairman, Ipswich Community Development Plan Implementation Task Force