ACA Alternative Energy Team

The ACA Alternative Energy Team When clients choose ACA for help with alternative aviation fuel, they work with knowledgeable, senior professionals that understand airline economics and how those economics affect the development of alternative aviation fuel. Moreover, our consulting team has been chosen to provide clients access to the breadth of skills and experiences needed to execute important consulting engagements. This ensures that clients receive insights that meet today's problems with solutions that take into consideration the future's needs.

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Judith Driver
Ms. Driver has over twenty-five years of experience working in the commercial aviation sector. During this time she has held positions in investor relations, financial analysis, and marketing. Her work in these areas has contributed to her sophistication in communicating with the top levels of the financial community and her ability to apply analytical and forecasting skills to successful marketing campaigns.

Since joining ACA, Ms. Driver has been involved in numerous market analysis and forecasting projects for airlines, airports, and aerospace manufacturers. These include support for ACA's work with CAAFI - developing a biorefinery risk allocation model; investigating agricultural and fuel delivery infrastructure needs; and forecasting the potential market for alternative aviation fuel in Latin America and Caribbean based on forecast commercial airline traffic growth and future aircraft deliveries. She has supported studies for the Airports Council Research Program involving the distribution of alternate fuels at airports; a study for the FAA which develops a catalogue of jet fuel characteristics recorded in the field to help track changes in the properties of fuel in airport fuel farms as more synthetic fuel is deployed and recommends changes in fuel handling best practices to take account of synthetic fuel in the supply chain; and a feasibility study for the production of alternative aviation fuel from municipal solid waste for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.

Before joining ACA Associates, Ms. Driver worked at Rolls-Royce, both in England and the U.S., where she served in a variety of analysis, investor relations, and marketing capacities. Among her many accomplishments at Rolls-Royce are the development and management of the U.S. investor relations program and research and application of market intelligence and analysis for planning U.S. marketing strategies and sales campaigns. She also developed airline earnings and cash flow models as input to customer credit analyses and the published biannual U.S. airline reviews of industry and economic issues for marketing executives and key customers.

Ms. Driver received a Bachelor of Sciences with honors from the University of Manchester.
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