Mark Mininberg JD
Founder, President, and CEO, Hospital Energy
Mr. Mininberg provides overall management of Hospital Energy’s services, including relationships with clients, vendors and government agencies. His professional career spans more than three decades as a healthcare administrator, lawyer, government advisor and business leader. Mr. Mininberg founded Hospital Energy in 1995 to provide lower cost, clean energy sources for healthcare institutions.
In the United States, Mr. Mininberg has been a tireless champion for healthcare institutions seeking to improve patient care and community health through groundbreaking approaches to energy and environmental management. As an attorney, has been at the forefront of developing federal and state laws, regulations and industry standards that improve human health and the environment. As a business leader, he has forged some of America’s largest and most successful healthcare energy aggregations and used their negotiating power to create several major innovations in how hospitals procure and manage energy. As a result of these efforts, Mr. Mininberg was invited to author American Hospital Association (AHA) Best Practices in Energy Procurement (2017) and Business Planning for Energy Resiliency (2018).
Internationally, Mr. Mininberg spent many years promoting public health efforts through the introduction of clean energy alternatives, including cogeneration, in Eastern Europe and Latin America. He organized successful engagements among US governmental and business leaders and their counterparts in Russia, Poland, Ukraine, and the Czech Republic, as well as in Mexico and the Caribbean. Mr. Mininberg is the editor and primary author of the International Environmental Handbooks for Industry series sponsored by the Rockefeller Brothers Fund. Representative international clients have included 3M, Textron and United Technologies Corporation.
Mr. Mininberg is a frequent lecturer on energy, healthcare, and environmental matters, including invitations from the U.S. White House, the United Nations, the World Bank, the Oxford University Law Colloquium, the Yale University Center for International Studies, the Harvard Law School Negotiation Project, and the Columbia University School of Public Health. He has also served as an advisor to the Society for Neuroscience in organizing its summit meeting with His Holiness the Dalai Lama concerning the science of the mind.