July 1, 2018

EcoMetric Consulting (EcoMetric) is excited to announce the addition of two senior professionals to our team. Michael Frischmann has joined as the company’s Director of Planning & Evaluation. He has nine years of experience in the energy industry providing expertise on technologies, programs and policies for demand side resources. Michael will leverage his multi-faceted skill set to lead EcoMetric’s growing EM&V project pipeline and strategic business development.

Further, EcoMetric is pleased to welcome Michelle Levy Bruchs as the company’s Social Research Advisor. In this important role, Michelle will support EcoMetric’s customer research and data analysis efforts including process, net-to-gross, and market effects evaluations. She has over 15 years of experience in sustainability and energy efficiency market research and evaluation. Michelleprovides our team with unique expertise in understanding the human side of sustainability.

“Mike is an exceptional group leader and engineer. He will be a valuable asset to our planning and evaluation team,” said President and CEO Salil Gogte. “Mike brings a fresh, insightful perspective and deep engineering knowledge to EcoMetric. Just as importantly, Michelle complements our existing team extraordinarily well. She fills an important gap on the qualitative and social research side of our business.”

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Michael Frishmann, P.E.|Director
La Crosse, WI
mike@ecometricconsulting.com

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Michelle Levy Bruchs|Social Research Advisor
Portland, OR
michelle@ecometricconsulting.com

About EcoMetric Consulting, LLC.

EcoMetric Consulting is an energy conservation consulting firm focusing on constructive research to influence consumer energy consumption behavior and choices. EcoMetric offers inspired and forward-thinking advisory services to evolve decision-making models and optimize demand side management systems at minimal cost. We build long-lasting partnerships with utilities, regulators, program implementers and non-profits in the energy efficiency, renewable, demand response, and distributed generation industries.

 

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