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Technical Staff

John McBride, CEO
B.S. Mathematics, Westminister College, PA; M.S. Chemical Physics, University of Montana; M.S. Environmental Studies, University of Montana

In addition to serving as the CEO of New Horizon Technologies Energy Services, Mr. McBride is NHT's senior researcher in the fields of building energy consumption monitoring and energy program evaluation. Mr. McBride has over 30 years experience in energy systems analysis, energy program evaluation, energy consumption monitoring and project management. He has been the principal investigator and/or project manager for over 90 projects, research contracts and grants. In addition, Mr. McBride is the author of over 100 technical papers, reports and presentations at scientific and technical meetings. Mr. McBride's energy projects have included collecting energy consumption data from approximately 800 residential dwellings, 1000 commercial and institutional buildings and 250 industrial and agricultural facilities.

Roger H. Lippman, Project Manager/Senior Instrumentation & Monitoring Specialist
B.S. Energy Systems, Evergreen State College, WA.

Mr. Lippman has served in numerous technical and project management positions related to end-use energy consumption and engineering since joining New Horizon Technologies predecessor in 1985. He participated in the design of site data collection procedures for Pacific Gas and Electric's Advanced Customer Technology Test (ACT2). He played an active role in the development of short-term energy savings verification protocols for Pacific Gas and Electric. As manager of site survey and instrumentation activities for PG&E's Commercial end-use metering project, he coordinated a team of technical specialists in measurement and design and equipment installation who were responsible for end-use studies in 47 commercial buildings. In this role, Mr. Lippman was responsible for commercial building energy surveys, site characteristic data collection, measurement plan design, field equipment installation, data verification, troubleshooting and report generation. He has installed approximately 400 remote data acquisition systems, conducted over 200 on-site energy assessments and manages New Horizon Technologies' Seattle field office.

Charles J. Bohmer, Project Manager/Senior Instrumentation & Monitoring Specialist
B.S. Solar Engineering Technology, Colorado Tech

Mr. Bohmer is an engineer with over 20 years experience in the design, installation and maintenance of end-use energy consumption monitoring equipment in residential, commercial and institutional buildings. As Test Engineer for Energy Systems Laboratory at Texas A&M University, he directed the selection, calibration, testing and maintenance of equipment used in monitoring electrical and thermal energy end-use in institutional buildings. As Project Engineer for NHT, he has been responsible for the design, installation, calibration and maintenance of electrical and thermal energy monitoring systems in commercial and institutional buildings. He has completed the design and installation of end-use monitoring equipment in over 400 commercial and institutional buildings.

Robert L. Miller, Senior Engineer and Project Manager
B.S. Electrical Engineering, Montana State University

Bob has over 38 years of experience in the electric utility industry and has managed a wide array of electrical system operations and utility planning functions. Miller directly supervises preparation of energy monitoring plans for institutional and commercial/industrial buildings and coordination of installation and field testing of monitoring equipment. Miller holds a Montana Professional Engineer License.


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P.O. Box 3003
Butte, MT 59702

Phone: 877-494-8833
Fax: 406-494-2905

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