This CPower Energy Management webinar will help define Distributed Generation as it pertains to the commercial and industrial energy consumer. The webinar will detail:
- Distributed Generation as a category
- What are the drivers for increased Distributed Generation in the market?
- Where does the growing need for Distributed Generation come from?
- What are customers looking for?
- What do project implementers look for?
- What are the challenges with balancing customer goals with market drivers?
Sr. Director, Customer Fulfillment
Mr. Bergeron has worked in the energy industry for a decade. He spent seven of those years with CPower’s precursor Constellation Energy, where he developed a strong knowledge of both wholesale and retail power markets, as well as a specific focus on demand response. He brings a wealth of energy experience to his current role, where he has oversight for Product Management, and Business Analytics. In 2008, Mr. Bergeron graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration from the University of Massachusetts.
Executive Director of Distributed Energy Resources
CPower Energy Management
Mr. Windle directs his energies to expanding the monetization of distributed energy resources (DERs) such as decentralized energy generation and battery storage. DERs allow energy consumers to generate financial cost offsets and revenue benefits from increased energy markets participation, while leveraging existing and planned systems infrastructure and assets. Previously, He has more than 20 years’ experience in direct and channel sales, channel program development, and management within the Energy, Enterprise Software, and Automation Controls industries. Mr. Windle is a Certified Energy Manager and serves as a board member of the Technology Association of Georgia’s Smart Energy Solutions group. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of Cincinnati. Mr. Windle and his wife live in Atlanta, Georgia.
CPower Energy Management
Ms. Werntges is responsible for ensuring that customers are equipped and ready to successfully perform during curtailment tests and called events. Prior to joining CPower, she served eight years as a Mechanical Engineer with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, performing energy analyses to strict design criteria including LEED and ASHRAE. As a civilian contractor for the Army, she served as Project Manager for new construction and participated in many volunteer efforts in Kabul, Afghanistan. Ms. Werntges is a licensed Professional Engineer. She earned her B. S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh.