Alexander A. Karsner
Alexander Armand "Andy" Karsner, of Virginia, was nominated December 21, 2005, by President George W. Bush to be Assistant Secretary of Energy (Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy), vice David K. Garman. 
Karsner is a "leading advocate for alternative energy solutions and managing director of EnerCorp, a leading wind energy company." 
According to his nomination, "Karsner currently serves as Managing Director for Enercorp, LLC. Prior to this, he served as Director of Development & Senior Development Manager for Wartsila Power Development & Wartsila Diesel Development Ltd. He also served as Chief of Staff for the Honorable Moses Cheng Mo-Chi, former Member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong. Earlier in his career, Mr. Karsner served as International Project Director for Tondu Energy Systems. Mr. Karsner received his bachelor's degree from Rice University and his master's degree from Hong Kong University."
- "The emerging market for private electric power in Southeast Asia : a comparative survey of prospects and problems," University of Hong Kong, 1994.
- Contributions (2004): $2,075 to the RNC and $2,000 to George W. Bush, FundRace.org Neighbor Search.
- Contribution (2004): $2,000 to Bush-Cheney '04 Inc. (Primary), Federal Election Commission records.
- Contribution: $200 to the Alexandria Republican City Committee, Campaign Money.
- "US ELECTION: Statement by Andy Karsner, Managing Director of Wind Energy Company EnerCorp," noticias.info, October 12, 2004.