Hubert Delany - C.E.O and Co-founder of EPN
Hubert Charles Delany is an MIT Graduate and avid Entrepreneur. He is the Co-founder and Vice President of CALM Energy Inc. a technology company that conducts software research and development for large utilities including Con Edison. CALM is in part funded by the Department of Energy’s SmartGrid program, and the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA). Mr. Delany is also the co-founder of Oceanie Club, a new Tri-state area Floating Yacht Club with a fleet of vessels.
Mr. Hubert Delany has been a pillar in the field of technology that spans across 30 years. He has served as a senior technology executive, industry analyst, software engineer, and hardware architect. Mr. Delany served as Chief Technology Officer of a number of successful software-related internet companies including G2X software, Backweb Technologies, and Onyx Sciences Corporation.
As an analyst, Mr. Delany served as Vice President of Equity Research at Lazard Freres, providing investment guidance and strategy advice to institutional software investors and advised on internet industry mergers and acquisitions.
Mr. Delany also served as Research Director of Internet Strategies for the Gartner Group, where he was a key advisor to IT executives across the Fortune 1000, and consulted for Gartner Group’s largest clients. While at Gartner Group, Mr. Delany was instrumental in launching the most successful research service in Gartner Group’s history, “Internet Strategies”.
An expert in graphics and visualization for massively parallel supercomputers, Mr. Delany has worked with many of the foremost research institutions and government laboratories in the world. His work has been featured in such publications as Supercomputing Review, Scientific American, and Time Magazine; at major industry conferences, and before key government audiences including members of the U.S. Congress.
Mr. Delany received the Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from MIT in 1984.
Mr. Delany was involved in several start-ups that received lots of press: Thinking Machines Corporation (with W. Daniel Hillis), BackWeb Technologies, where he was Chief Technology Officer.