Kevin Doffing is a nonresident fellow and director of the Veterans Advanced Energy Project at the Atlantic Council’s Global Energy Center, an initiative focused on the intersection of national security and energy security. Doffing is also the president of Energy Underground, a sales consulting firm providing go-to-market advisory and fractional business development services focused on the energy transition sector.

Doffing was recently an executive in residence for Rice University’s Clean Energy Accelerator and cofounder of Houston’s first renewable trade association, the Renewable Energy Alliance-Houston.

Doffing was commissioned in the US Army through the Officer Candidate School following his graduation from Texas A&M University. He served in fifteen months of combat in Ramadi, Iraq, as a light infantry platoon leader. He later conducted the acquisition of an oilfield distribution business in Houston, Texas, that he operated for a decade before a successful exit, during which time he received Texas A&M’s Aggie 100 Award and the Texas Governor’s Veteran Small Business of the Year Award.

Alongside his business endeavors, he has led numerous veteran service organizations in Houston, including Combined Arms and Bunker Labs. He received Combined Arms’ Atlas Award and the US Small Business Administration’s Veteran Business Advocate of the Year Award.

He currently volunteers on the board of Impact HUB Houston and CleanTX. He previously served on the board of the Spring Branch Education Foundation. He is a graduate of Leadership Houston, the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program, and Rice University’s executive MBA program.