Meet the Team

Scott Jansen is a senior development manager for Apex Clean Energy and brings over six years of experience in the industry, having worked on projects across the Midwest (in Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, South Dakota, and North Dakota). Scott takes on many responsibilities at Apex, yet his ultimate focus is working with landowners to understand and appreciate their unique history and future with the land. When he is not busy accelerating the shift to clean energy, Scott enjoys spending time with his wife and their three girls in Wisconsin’s Lake Country. 
Gabe Goldberg is a project developer for Apex Clean Energy, working on several wind projects across southern Illinois. A native of Massachusetts, he has been working in renewable energy project development since early 2019, having previously focused on solar projects across Florida, Georgia, and Maryland. He is passionate about building and maintaining strong relationships with all project stakeholders, and accelerating the transition to a cleaner energy future. Outside of work, Gabe enjoys rock climbing and getting outdoors as much as possible. He holds a BA in Environmental Studies from Northeastern University in Boston.
Terrence “TAT” Taylor brings with him over 18yrs of experience in community engagement, community involvement, public speaking and multi-media broadcasting. Born and raised in Decatur, IL, Tat looks forward to using his deep knowledge and commitment to Central Illinois to maximize the benefits and impacts renewable energy can bring to the region.
Max Jabrixio is a Public Engagement manager for Apex. He joined the team in 2019 with over 5 years’ of experience as a community organizer for nonprofits and campaigns. Max is passionate about working with communities to ensure the benefits of the clean energy transition are shared widely. Max lives in Minnesota with his wife and their adorable dog, Pepper.
Josh Hartke is a field manager for Racehorse Flats Wind. Josh grew up on a farm near Effingham, Illinois, and graduated from the University of Illinois in 1997 with a degree in Economics. He has since been an environmental activist, a Champaign County board member, political organizer, and published author. He has had a lifelong commitment to the natural resources and beauty of his home state, and wants to help Apex build a new, clean energy future for Illinois.