Slides from last night:
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Please plan to attend our first meeting of 2013 on 2/11/2013.
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12031 Lackland Road
Maryland Heights, MO 63146
4:45pm-5:35pm Tech Session
Laclede Gas and Ameren Missouri Business Energy Efficiency Incentive Programs
Opportunities for dual incentives with EE projects offering gas and electric energy savings. Learn about each utility’s broad portfolio of energy efficiency incentive programs available to business customers.
Jim Travis, Project Support Specialist – Laclede Gas Company
Patrick Justis, Sr. Program Manager – Ameren Missouri
5:45pm – 7:00pm Dinner and Main Session
Combined Heat and Power
- CHP basics
- What CHP is
- Where CHP is
- CHP emerging technologies
- CHP economics
- How CHP economics should be analyzed
- Local CHP market conditions/barriers/opportunities
- Summary & Conclusions
- What the best opportunities appear to be on a regional basis
- How this potential can be best explored on a regional basis
Mark Krebs – Laclede Gas Company
Jim Travis has been with Laclede Gas for 25 years working primarily within the commercial and industrial marketing department promoting gas technologies to business and manufacturing customers as well as working with developers and contractors on commercial and industrial new construction projects. With the growth of utility energy efficiency programs, Jim was appointed to his current position in January of 2011 to administer implementation and management of Laclede’s portfolio of energy efficiency and conservation programs for the residential, commercial, and industrial sectors. Jim is a native St. Louisan. He attended the University of Missouri – St. Louis and earned a bachelor Science Degree in Business Administration and Marketing
Pat Justis joined Ameren Missouri as a Sr. Program Manager in 2008 and has responsibility for design and implementation of the company’s business energy efficiency portfolio, the natural gas energy efficiency programs, and energy efficiency reporting requirement. Pat spent the 14 years prior with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, most of which providing project management on a number of energy efficiency and renewable energy projects for the Division of Energy. His work for the Department has also included oversight on the dioxin remediation of Times Beach and implementation of E.P.A. Risk Management Programs within the state. He is a founding member of and spent several years on the Board of the U.S. Green Building Council – Missouri Gateway Chapter. Pat earned a BS in Mechanical Engineering from University of Missouri – Columbia and an MS in Environmental Science and Policy from the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University – Bloomington. He is a registered Professional Engineer in Missouri, is a Certified Energy Manager, and a Project Management Professional.
An multi-degreed engineer and energy manager, Mark Krebs has been involved with energy efficiency design and program implementation/evaluation for more than twenty-five years. He has served as an expert witness in dozens of energy-efficiency filings, and as an advisor to the DOE. Mark also holds CHP patents and has published numerous technical papers about CHP and related HVAC technologies