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Two Energy Analysts Earn CEM Certification

By Jesse on 27th August 2014

Congratulations to Jonathan Roberts and Stefan Ganev of TEG who each earned their Certified Energy Manager (CEM) certification! They trucked through a snowstorm to sit for the exam at Kirkwood Community College in Cedar Rapids in February. The Certified Energy Manager certification is utilized around the world and is a recognized standard of professional knowledge and achievement. Jonathan and Stefan now join our distinct team of Certified Energy Managers: Les Wilson, Chad Kloberdanz, and Eric Biederman. Stefan Ganev graduated from The Technical University of Sofia, Bulgaria, in 1978 with a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and a minor in Instrumentation […]

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Amber, Les attend Republic Company’s 4th Annual Energy Summit

By Jesse on 27th August 2014

On October 2nd, Republic Company held their 4th Annual Energy Summit at the Bettendorf Waterfront Convention Center in Bettendorf, Iowa.  Republic Company is a wholesale distributor of support systems ranging from electrical and energy management to refrigeration and signs.  For the last four years, Republic has held their Energy Summit to discuss and review strategies and solutions for optimal energy consumption.  Amber and Les attended the Energy Summit to take part in the manufacturer trade show as representatives of MidAmerican Energy. While there, they exhibited MidAmerican’s commercial and industrial rebate programs to contractors responsible for providing energy management and energy efficiency strategies […]

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The EPA named Des Moines Public Schools ENEGY STAR Partner of the Year

By Jesse on 27th August 2014

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is recognizing Des Moines Public Schools (DMPS) as an ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year this week! DMPS has put an emphasis on improving its schools through energy management and whole building improvements.  This emphasis has garnered Forty-three out of Des Moines’s 60 schools to be ENERGY STAR – rated, meaning they cost forty cents per square foot less to operate than the average performers. EPA administrator Lisa P. Jackson released a statement about the award. “As we celebrate the 20th anniversary of the ENERGY STAR program, EPA is proud to recognize Des Moines Public Schools with the […]

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