David's leadership has been instrumental in positioning MEEA
for continued growth and success," said MEEA
Acting Executive Director Jay Wrobel.
After earning his Masters in Energy and Environmental Analysis from Boston University, Wrobel analyzed power and natural gas markets at Cambridge Energy Research Associates and managed community energy planning projects at the Gas Technology Institute before joining MEEA
Chairman's Award: The Weidt Group Principal David Eijadi, for his leadership and outstanding commitment to the growth of MEEA
and the advancement of energy efficiency in the Midwest.
The 2012 Inspiring Efficiency award winners demonstrate the strong commitment to energy efficiency in the Midwest," said Jay Wrobel, MEEA
Through our diverse network of members and regional allies, MEEA
possesses the practical experience and informed vision to effect positive change today by supporting the region's stakeholders to achieve their efficiency goals for the future.
presents awards in Education, Innovation, Impact, Marketing and Leadership and announces the 2013 Chairman's Award winner.
has also had extensive involvement with local energy efficiency priorities through activities such as collaborating on Michigan's Building Energy Codes, conducting a series of Energy Expos and presenting a Solid State Lighting workshop in partnership with the Michigan Energy Office.
and its partners in DuPage County are currently recruiting unemployed and underemployed Illinois veterans to participate in the second pilot program beginning in January 2013 at the College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn, IL.
If you'd like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with MEEA
Executive Director Jay Wrobel, please contact Jacob Hannan at 312-673-2487 or via email at jhannan@mwalliance.
These trend-setting programs will have a ripple effect across the nation and the world, saving businesses and consumers millions in energy costs," said Jay Wrobel, MEEA
Through a license from the Northwest Energy Efficiency Council (NEEC), MEEA
currently administers BOC in nine Midwest states through partnerships with over 50 utilities, state governments, and local organizations and has certified over 3,100 BOC graduates since 2003.
and NAIMA fully support the adoption of the IECC in the state to ensure the residents of Michigan a means of controlling their energy consumption and costs.