Isabel Kaubisch

Permitting Interface Lead

As the Permitting Interface Lead at Attentive Energy, Isabel oversees the development of Attentive Energy’s multi-year geophysical and geotechnical survey and environmental campaigns, timeline, budget and associated permits and contracts. Lending her comprehensive permitting and strategic planning experience, Isabel also leads on topics across the Project aimed to advance Attentive Energy’s sustainability and holistic resilience goals while meeting state requirements. 

Isabel has been involved in the offshore wind industry since 2009, when she co-authored the first US study on ports and infrastructure analysis to support offshore wind development for the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center. She also conducted the first utility-scale navigational risk assessment for a US offshore wind project. Previously, Isabel worked with various clients to provide permitting support and develop studies for on- and offshore wind projects. 

Isabel holds a BS in Biology and MS in Geography from the University of Bonn, and a Certificate from Tufts’ University in Urban Environmental Planning and Policy Program.