Tom Falcone bio

Bio: Thomas Falcone, Chief Executive Officer, LIPA

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Thomas Falcone was appointed LIPA’s Chief Executive Officer in March 2016 and is responsible for achieving the mission and values and managing the affairs and stakeholder relationships of the authority, the third largest not-for-profit, publicly owned electric utility in the United States.

Mr. Falcone also serves as the Chief Executive Officer of the Utility Debt Securitization Authority.  Mr. Falcone joined LIPA in January 2014 and previously served in the roles of Chief Financial Officer and Chief of Staff. Prior to joining LIPA, Mr. Falcone was an investment banker and advisor to publicly owned utilities and state and local governments. In that role, Mr. Falcone worked with many of the largest public utilities in the United States and raised more than $25 billion for infrastructure investments across the country.

Mr. Falcone is a board member of the Large Public Power Council and the Advanced Energy Research and Technology Center at Stony Brook University. Mr. Falcone received a Bachelor of Science in Economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.


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  • MaagsWired
    commented 2022-09-09 14:42:47 -0400
    While we are discussing renewable energy, let’s also discuss environmental issues such as wildlife. They depend very much on the infrastructure properties owned by LIPA, including pollinators and butterflies. The fire barrier woodlands are home to deer, racoon, rodents, squirrels, rabbits and more. We must make an effort to keep these properties clean from dumping and over mowing in the summer times. These properties may be the only meadows we have left in Western Suffolk county. Over in the Larkfield and Hauppauge Road fire barrier woodland, what I imagine are criminal contractors have been dumping junk both in the woods and in the meadow. This has to stop. I would love to help if I can. We can get the neighbors to help clean up the woods and meadow. But at this point, PowerLine junk collection will have to be called to clean out the mattresses, broken toilets, and broken furniture that was dumped there. There needs to be signs, neighborhood watches, and maybe cameras installed on the Hi-Ts to catch the culprits. I live close by this particular LIPA field. I would like to help if I can [email protected]