Reno Contracting Names Greg Carnegie as Energy Program Manager

Management Professional Expands Company’s Capabilities in Energy Efficiency Market

Article: February 20, 2013 (San Diego, California) – Reno Contracting announced today the hiring of Greg Carnegie, CEM as the company’s new Energy Program Manager. A professional in energy and facility management with 25 years experience, Carnegie strengthens the firm’s depth of expertise and capabilities in its prominent and growing work in the energy efficiency field. Initially, Carnegie will provide energy audits and solutions to the County of San Diego on existing county buildings. Reno ESP (Efficient Sustainable Practices) has a five year contract with the County for this work.

Greg Carnegie

“We welcome the addition of Greg Carnegie to the Reno Contracting team as Energy Program Manager. His qualifications strengthen our abilities to help companies and government agencies achieve energy and operational efficiencies through the strategic deployment of high performance building systems. We are dedicated to growing our energy efficiency efforts through Reno ESP, as well as promoting renewable energy systems through our Reno Solar division,” said Reno President Walt Fegley. Most recently, Carnegie was Energy Program Manager for Redhorse Corporation in San Diego. He has an extensive background in developing, implementing, and leading comprehensive energy assessments, HVAC operations and maintenance, building commissioning and facility planning. His work experience includes military installations and institutional, industrial, and commercial facilities. Carnegie also has managed teams of auditors, engineers, technicians and maintenance personnel to identify energy efficiency opportunities and improve building system performance. He is a Certified Energy Manager (CEM), A.E.E., Certified Thermographer, I.T.C., and holds a HVAC Universal Refrigeration Recovery Certificate. In 2009, Reno launched Reno ESP to help enhance the efficiencies and drive down operating costs of new and existing buildings. In 2012 that business unit was selected to provide energy and water conservation services to the County of San Diego under its Energy and Water Sustainability Program