Bill holds a BS and MS in mechanical engineering and has taken additional coursework toward his PhD with his research focused on “Using Instrumentation to Allow Industrial Plants to Manage Energy Costs Like All Other Costs.
After receiving his Registrations as a Professional Engineer in Ohio and Indiana in 1974, he became A Charter Member of the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) and one of the first Certified Energy Managers (CEM). He was later the Energy Manager of the Year for the Hoosier (Indiana) Chapter of AEE and received a DOE Award for Energy Innovation in 1990 for reducing the energy costs by 67% in an Ice Arena.
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