“Clean Energy & Sustainability Services for the Water Industry & Department of Defense”
The CU Denver Center for Sustainable Infrastructure Systems presents:
“Clean Energy and Sustainability Services for the Water Industry and Department of Defense”
Presented by: Lisa Rephlo, Energy Conservation and Management Principal at MWH
LOCATION: CU Building, Room 490
DATE/TIME: Wednesday, October 26, 2011 beginning at 9 a.m.
Ms. Rephlo is part of MWH’s Clean Energy and Sustainability Services group, providing clean energy, energy efficiency, sustainability and climate services to MWH clients. Within this group, Lisa leads the Energy Management practice, which assists MWH’s clients with energy efficiency audits, renewable energy and energy recovery studies, project prioritization and overall energy strategy, including planning for net zero operations. Lisa’s 10 years of experience at MWH includes energy, construction and information technology. Prior to joining MWH, Lisa had 10 years working across energy efficiency, traditional power generation, distributed generation and ice storage for district heating and cooling with ComEd/Exelon in Chicago. She has a BS in mechanical engineering from Kansas State University and an MBA in finance and business economics from the University of Chicago.
For information or comments on this seminar, contact Zeljko Spiric.
CU Denver’s Center for Sustainable Infrastructure Systems includes the inter-disciplinary IGERT grant, and is presently a joint center created in partnership between the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences and the School of Public Affairs. If you are interested in joining CSIS, or would like more information about the center, please contact Dr. Anu Ramaswami.
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