Energy Efficiency and Sustainable Buildings Group (E-Team)
The "Energy Team" (also known as the E-Team) is a business unit of the Facilities Management and Maintenance group at the Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM). The E-Team works to ensure that facilities attain practicable goals in sustainable design and construction and achieve optimal levels of energy and water efficiency for existing, renovated, and new buildings.
The E-Team assists DCAMM's client agencies to achieve these goals by providing technical assistance, including consultant expertise and facilitation of energy and water conservation activities for state building and renovation projects.
The E-Team also coordinates agency participation in utility companies' energy efficiency incentive programs and manages energy savings "performance contracts"- retrofit projects completed for the purpose of solving energy and water savings at state facilities.
The E-Team is active in many inter-agency forums and works to improve energy efficiency and sustainability wherever possible, statewide.
Hope Davis, Director
Jenna Ide, Deputy Director
Tony Ransom, Program Manager
James Freeley, Program Manager
Dave Lewis, Energy Project Planner
Michael Reinhardt, Energy Project Planner
Krista Lillis, Energy Project Planner
John Crisley, Energy Project Planner
Tony Dover, Energy Project Planner
Erin Conway, Business Management Specialist
Heidi Green, Energy Project Planner
Ryan Harold, Energy Planner
David Lewin, Management Analyst
Jeremy Caron, Energy Planner
Chris McIntosh, Energy Planner
Raymond Soohoo, Energy Planner
Steve White, Office Assistant
A program launched to accelerate the implementation of energy and water projects across the Commonwealth and help meet the goals of Executive Order 484.
- Find out more about Energy Conservation Procurement with the Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM).
This Executive Order builds on a number of the Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance's current initiatives, while setting more specific and far-reaching targets for state facilities.