Celtic Energy Announces New Project Manager
James Pagliaro Promoted to Project Manager
CEI is pleased to announce that James Pagliaro, former Senior Energy Engineer at Celtic Energy, has been promoted to Project Manager. With this position comes the responsibility of third-party oversight and management of Energy Savings Performance Contracts for various clientele, as well as analysis of energy conservation measure planning development, measurement & verification (M&V) and commissioning (Cx) plan development, large commercial and industrial energy auditing, and energy simulation modeling.
Mr. Pagliaro has been a valuable member of the Celtic Energy team for over 7 years and has a proven track record for successfully contributing to large-scale projects across the country, from performing energy audits of Clark County municipal buildings in Nevada to doing energy modeling for the Baystate Healthcare System in Springfield, MA. His recent project responsibilities include managing two ESPCs for Appalachian State University and the University of North Carolina, which will result in a combined $30 million worth of energy efficiency, sustainability, and infrastructure upgrades that are projected to reduce each of the universities’ energy consumption by about 25%.
Mr. Pagliaro is a Certified Energy Manager (CEM) and Measurement and Verification Professional (CMVP) by AEE, and a LEED Accredited Professional by the USGBC. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Fairfield University.
IPMVP Committee Selects CEI Director of Quality Control as New Vice Chair
Margaret Selig Selected as Vice Chair of EVO’s IPMVP Committee
Margaret Selig, Director of Quality Control at Celtic Energy, was recently appointed Vice Chair of the Efficiency Value Organization’s (EVO) International Performance Measurement and Verification Protocol (IPMVP) Committee.
The IPMVP Committee is EVO’s authority on the state of the art in Measurement & Verification (M&V) and is responsible for all EVO publication, training, and examination materials in the field. Ms. Selig’s duties as Vice Chair will include maintaining M&V publications, reviewing and approving related training materials, and implementing the development of new materials.
With over 30 years of experience in the energy services industry, Ms. Selig is a renowned expert in Measurement & Verification. Ms. Selig’s M&V involvement began with the creation and execution of M&V plans for ESPC programs while working for an ESCO in the ’80s. In her current position at Celtic Energy, Ms. Selig often takes on the role of independent owner’s rep/project facilitator for ESPC projects, working with clients to educate and assist them throughout the performance contracting process and M&V program development. Her extensive knowledge of quality assurance has led to the successful implementation of energy projects for an impressive list of clients, including the University of North Carolina, NC Department of Transportation, and US Department of Energy, and will make her a valuable addition to the IMPVP Committee.
Ms. Selig is a Professional Engineer in California and North Carolina, a Certified Measurement and Verification Professional (CMVP) by AEE, and a LEED Accredited Professional by the USGBC. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Engineering from California Polytechnic State University.