SCOTT PARISI, Chief Energy Operator - Scott has implemented hundreds of Energy and Water Conservation Projects into the US Hospitality and Commercial Sector over the past eight years. Scott found a passion for resource conservation and sustainability serving as the General Manager of the first LEED certified and “Environmentally Friendly” Hotel in the United States; the Sheraton Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, PA. Scott advanced from General Manager to specializing in Multi Property Management operating major brands to include: Intercontinental, Starwood, Hilton and Choice Hotels.
GREG HOFSTETTER, VP of Energy Innovation – Greg’s concentration is on the development of sustainable energy and water solutions. Greg’s focus at EcoGreen Energy Solutions is to provide operational driven solutions to new and existing clients with emphasis on client demands. His collaborative and relationship driven approach to client business growth is the foundation for productive partnerships and successful sustainable solutions. Greg has a vast background including hospitality and energy solutions to various industries. For more than 25 years, attention was focused on the branding of golf properties including ownership, finance, marketing, renovation and day-to-day management.
GEOFF GROCHMAL, Director of Procurement – Geoff specializes in identifying procuring and staging all energy and water technologies. Geoff’s experience in staging New Build Projects and deploying renovation projects insures our clients capital is always working for them. Geoff graduated from George Washington University with a BA in Economics and since early 2011 has developed energy solutions, specializing in Energy Star benchmarking and Energy Modeling. Previously, Geoff had conducted an extensive array of quantitative research, focusing on California “green” legislation, AB 939 Integrated Waste Management Act: findings showcased a fundamental link between an area’s wealth and its ability to meet the state’s “green goals.
DON LESMERISES, Director of Finance –Don is responsible for client and vendor financial relationships. Don brings over 30 years of business experience, a majority of his career with Nortel Networks. Don’s educational background is in Electrical Engineering, earning a BS degree from the University of Lowell before continuing to Southern University of New Hampshire for his MBA.
Richard Carlton, Director of Facilities - Richard is responsible for on the ground evaluation and development of water and energy saving strategies. A facilities expert managing EGES’s network of trained and licensed installers. Richard also heads up the companies UMP (Utility Monitoring Program) and ASV (Annual Site Visit) Programs. Rich is responsible for overseeing the utility data trends, optimal operation of ECM’s and deployment of technologies insuring energy and water savings for all of our Clients Properties.
GILES KING, Energy and Water Analyst, Operations – Giles specializes in LED Lighting and Controls. Evaluating photometric studies, developing new construction budgets and administration of incentives and rebates. Giles extensive education in Physics, Appropriate Technology and Mathematics enhance our client reporting. Giles graduated from Appalachian State University with BS degrees in Applied Physics and Appropriate Technology including a minor in Mathematics. While at App State, Giles featured experience was with renewable solutions that included photovoltaic (PV), solar thermal (SHW), sustainable building design, and resource management.