May &June 2010
BTL Mark: Resolve interoperability issues & increase buyer confidence
Introducing YoungEnergy @ ConnectivityWeek 2010
Doris Tang, EIT, CEM is the Systems Team Lead at Pulse Energy, a rapidly growing Vancouver-based organization dedicated to improving building efficiency by enabling easy access to energy information through energy management software. Prior to joining Pulse Energy, Doris worked with Plug Power as a Systems Engineer in the design, implementation, and commercialization of battery replacement fuel-cell technology. In addition to work, she is an active member of Engineers Without Borders (Canada) and past leader of the Vancouver Chapter. Doris holds a BASc in Engineering Physics from the University of British Columbia.
Tizoc Herrera is versatile business professional with over 7 years of measurable and diversified experience in the construction sector with a strong foundation in project management, sales, engineering and business development. As a part of Environmental System, Inc., (ESI) Energy Controls Group, Tizoc is a sales engineer involved in the planning, design, and implementation of proven energy saving control strategies. ESI offers turn-key mechanical solutions to today’s industry needs by offering HVAC, process piping, service, and environmental chambers solutions. ESI also specializes in energy efficient design and retrofit solutions for energy monitoring load shedding, lighting controls, HVAC building automation and access controls. ESI was the involved with California’s first LEED Platinum educational facility
Dan Sullivan is a rising senior at Harvard College and an employee at the Boston-based energy startup, Corefex. Passionate about emerging smart grid technologies, Dan has spent the past two summers working at Isentropic, a grid scale energy storage startup, and Foundation Capital, a venture capital firm focusing on the cleantech industry among others.
Nirosha Munasinghe MBusIT BSc BE (Hons) (Melb), is the product development manager and chief architect of building management system manufacturing company Open General. He is involved in research and development activities of BACnet based digital direct controllers, integration devices and web based user interface. Nirosha was awarded the Young Achiever of the Year 2010 for his contributions to the industry at the Australian Air-Conditioning Refrigeration Building Services Awards. He holds Masters in Business and Information Technology, Bachelors in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from The University of Melbourne.
May 2010 AutomatedBuildings.com articles: What is a Web Enabled Building Management System? The philosophy of designing a fully web enabled system is not only to take advantage of the current web technologies available in the market but also to be future ready with concepts such as cloud computing. & Data Integration Levels The philosophy of the integration device is to obtain required data from different vendors and protocols with minimum use of network bandwidth.
Dusty McGowan is a writer and filmmaker based out of Albuquerque, NM. Dusty is privileged to be working as the New Mexico Communications Director for the Galvin Electricity Initiative. He looks forward to using his passion for film and media to spread the word about smart electricity use to a broad audience.
More attendees to be posted as bios and pictures come in.
Last year's Young Energy attendees and this year's mentors
Brad White, MASc., EIT is a partner at SES Consulting Inc, a Vancouver based company specializing in developing energy efficiency solutions for new and existing buildings. Brad has four years of experience working with energy systems as a researcher and mechanical engineer. His work has focused on seeking ways to improve the sustainable use of energy through conservation and improved efficiency. Prior to joining SES Consulting Inc., Brad helped develop new manufacturing techniques for clean energy technologies as a master’s student and research engineer at UBC. He contributes to raising public awareness of energy and environmental issues as Vice Chair of the Vancouver Chapter of the BC Sustainable Energy Association.
Phil Baltazar, I Will Energy Coming from the residential solar industry first with REC Solar and then starting his own company, OCeanview Solar, Phil Baltazar built a prospective of the energy business through thousands of individual conversations with end‐users interested in simply reducing their electric bill. While working on behalf of his customers with their utility Phil received the first exposure to the Smart Grid movement and immediately realized the opportunity to bridge the gap between Smart Grid utility initiatives and the end‐users or customers. iWill Energy was born and is currently employing Smart home devices to bring the promise of the Smart Grid to homeowners. The Young Energy Network has provided several opportunities at the nation's leading conference to learn and meet leaders of the industry.
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