Boundary Stone Partners is an advisory firm that helps develop business opportunities with the federal government, energy industry, and investment community. Our founders served as the two most recent Chiefs of Staff at the United States Department of Energy. Our Partners have managed the federal government’s renewable energy and energy efficiency research efforts, developed federal policy, and raised capital for energy projects and companies.
Collectively, our team has experience working in the White House; the Departments of Energy, Interior, and Labor; and both houses of Congress including offices of Senate Majority leader and chairman of U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.
Our firm has a unique blend of relationships and substantive expertise in government, energy, international relations, and finance. We managed the DOE during a historic time that included transformative energy technology developments; an unprecedented Recovery Act investment of over $30 billion; and high profile challenges including the Gulf Oil Spill, Fukushima nuclear accident, and Hurricane Sandy response.
history of the boundary stones
In 1791, Secretary of State Thomas Jefferson instructed Major Andrew Ellicott to survey the ten-square miles that would become Washington, DC. Ellicott and his team placed a series of boundary stones to demarcate the border of the nation’s capital. The boundary stones marked where Washington intersected with the rest of the world and were essential for those attempting to navigate early Washington.