As a member of ENGIE Insight’s Product Management Team for more than four years, Ian lends his energy expertise in maximizing renewable usage and mitigating price risk to drive powerful results. He guides the product roadmap for ENGIE Insight’s energy supply-oriented solutions, including Energy Sourcing, Regulated Rates and Distributed & Renewable Energy Resources. Ian’s approach to product management positions ENGIE Insight as a strategic advisor to our clients—supplementing sophisticated technology with the insight of our people.
With more than 20 years of experience integrating software and advisory services in the energy industry, Ian contributes unique expertise in breaking down silos between offerings to yield consistent reporting and a seamless customer experience. As industry interest in renewables continues to grow, his understanding of the way in which renewables penetration impacts wholesale and grid prices enables ENGIE Insight to provide foresight to our clients.
Ian graduated from Rutgers University with a B.A. in Organizational Psychology.
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Jamie Daubenspeck is ENGIE Insight’s expert of anything relating to “the Internet of Things” – including meter interval data, trend and telemetry data, and big data and advanced analytics. He is also the product manager over ENGIE Insight’s continuous monitoring and metering solutions and is an expert at integrating a variety of building monitoring systems so that data can be seamlessly collected on ENGIE Insight’s end. This data, from building automation and control systems and energy management systems, helps our commercial clients detect site-level issues before they become expensive problems. Prior to his current role, Jamie served as ENGIE Insight’s director of Information Technology.
Before joining ENGIE Insight, Jamie spent six years at Vestas, where he served as the IT director for all of North America. During this time Vestas was already on the cutting edge of streaming real time alarm and telemetry data – similar to today’s continuous monitoring services. Overall, Jamie has more than 15 years of experience in monitoring, telemetry data and advanced analytics.
Jamie graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelor’s degree in history and political science. He also taught as an adjunct professor at Clark College.
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George’s business background includes 25 plus years in commercial facility and energy management with an emphasis on automation and controls. Prior to joining ENGIE Insight, George was president and co-Founder of a leading independent Systems Integration Contracting firm where he was responsible for the company’s vision, sales and business development activities. George’s technical skills include a thorough knowledge of energy management systems, building controls and their application to efficient facility operations.
As Solutions Engineering Director for ENGIE Insight, George works in the Business Solutions Group with a focus on Facility Optimization. This market offering within ENGIE Insight leverages Benchmarking, Engineering, Controls and Continuous Monitoring and Management Services to drive energy and operational savings strategies for multi-site, multi-geographic clients.
George holds a BSME from North Carolina State University and is a professional engineer registered in the state of Florida. George has served on several client advisory and professional organization boards including Lonmark International and is a past chairman of Lonmark Americas.
Patrick Jones is ENGIE Insight’s expert on everything related to expense management and complex payables. As the Expense Management Product Management Director, he draws on more than 15 years of industry expertise, including vast experience implementing operational software tools and services across telecom, waste and utility spectrums.
Before transitioning into his current role, Patrick served as Director of Operations for ENGIE Insight’s telecom, vendor relations, utility open/close and waste solutions and functional teams.
Patrick graduated from Gonzaga with a Bachelor’s degree in business administration and management.
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Mike Kaplan leads ENGIE Insight’s product marketing efforts for solutions provided to utility partners and commercial and industrial organizations. His focus areas include product messaging, sales enablement, go-to-market strategy development, demand generation support and analysis of market and customer data. Mike’s proficiency in stakeholder relations coupled with a thoughtful, data-driven approach to problem solving drives innovative and actionable results for both ENGIE Insight and our clients.
Prior to joining ENGIE Insight, Mike managed marketing activities for Retroficiency, the award-winning building efficiency analytics platform acquired by ENGIE Insight (formerly Ecova) in October 2015. His experience spans a number of high-technology markets, including enterprise software, wireless and mobile, analytics and Internet.
Mike holds a B.A. in media studies from the University of Rochester and went on to earn an MBA from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Sloan School of Management.
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As Product Manager at ENGIE Insight, Kristin Kinder oversees waste service management and related waste solutions for ENGIE Insight’s clients. She works closely with industry leaders and helps Fortune 500 businesses gain insight into the waste they generate and how to improve diversion and waste reduction. She also leads public thought leadership projects and supports internal waste-related education and creative problem solving.
Kristin’s strong background in recycling education, behavioral change and program development positions her to identify market needs and develop waste management solutions that align with clients’ existing processes and strategic priorities.
Kristin graduated from Santa Clara University with a B.S., and earned a Certificate in Environmental Law and Regulation from the University of Washington. She obtained her LEED Green Associate credential from the U.S. Green Building Council.
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Paul Kuck oversees the development of innovative, cost-effective solutions that enable ENGIE Insight’s business clients to manage resource consumption and deploy effective sustainability programs. His work is informed by more than 20 years of experience in program design, management and consultation in the energy-intensive food service industry.
Since 2010, Paul has driven ENGIE Insight’s strategic and tactical guidance for clients, contributing expertise in everything from technical audits and data analysis to project management and program development.
Paul earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Fine Arts from the University of Oregon. He is a Certified Energy Manager.
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Jonathan Lee has been with ENGIE Insight since March 2009 as a member of the Energy Supply Management (ESM) Advanced Analytical and Reporting team. His expertise in market intelligence, customer reporting, and energy intelligence informs ENGIE Insight’s recommendations to ESM clients on energy procurement. He regularly provides his expert outlook in formats suited to our clients as they make procurement decisions, including ENGIE Insight’s Energy Price Hub, Energy Market Watch newsletter, quarterly Energy Market Outlook webinars, and the Energy Price Insider blog.
Jonathan has a strong background in finance, having worked for financial services companies, banks and options trading. His early focus was on the stock market but his knowledge translates well to the energy market.
He earned degrees in finance and marketing from Concordia University in Portland and can be found as a regular contributor to various natural gas industry polls and articles, including Reuters, Platts and Bloomberg.
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Brooke Mittermann has designed and led strategic programs for ENGIE Insight’s large, multi-site commercial clients since 2012, developing holistic resource reduction projects to drive consumption and cost savings across a client’s portfolio. Brooke and her team of experts partner with clients across the country to identify and prioritize opportunities in the areas of energy, water, waste, carbon and supply chain, and implement operational and equipment efficiency measures. The team’s consultative approach ensures that solutions align with the client’s specific business goals. Brooke is also a member of ENGIE Insight’s Product Management team, focused on driving ENGIE Insight’s Water Management and Facility Optimization market offerings.
Prior to joining ENGIE Insight, Brooke founded a boutique consulting firm in Portland, Ore. with a simple mission: to give small business a sustainable advantage. Partnering with local and national businesses, Brooke provided strategic consulting; life cycle assessment research and reporting; and marketing, branding, and PR support for sustainable brands. In her early career, prior to pursuing an MBA, Brooke designed circuit boards for color laser printers at Xerox. With a foot in engineering and a foot in sustainable business, Brooke has honed her ability to translate between engineering, marketing, sales, and finance, and explain complex concepts to everyone from senior executives to site-level staff.
Brooke is a Project Management Professional (PMP) and a Certified Energy Manager (CEM). She holds an MBA in sustainable business practices from the University of Oregon and graduated Cum Laude with an Honor’s Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering from Oregon State University.
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