Skip to main content

Michaels Energy Continues to Expand

By June 13, 2011November 9th, 2021Uncategorized

Welcome Jacob and DJ!

La Crosse, WI – April 1, 2011 – Michaels Energy is pleased to announce that in response to growing demand for energy efficiency program services throughout North America, two new team members have been hired.

Jacob Brenner holds both Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin – Madison.  While attending school, Jacob was a research assistant in the Solar Energy Laboratory and a cryogenics laboratory. He also held an internship with J.F. Ahern Company where he worked with the Energy Solutions Department to analyze the energy consumption of potential customers and find ways in which to lower the customers’ energy useage. His education and experience make him a great fit for the Michaels Energy team.

Jacob is located in La Crosse and can be contacted via email at JPB@MichaelsEnergy.com.

 

DJ Booker holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Michigan State University.  DJ returns to Michaels after having left the company and working for a well-known, nation-wide

efficiency programs consultant. He has confirmed the high engineering standards and likeable corporate culture at Michaels.  As a result of his great work and continued relationship with Michaels, he is happily welcomed back and remains a valuable asset to the organization.

DJ is located in La Crosse and can be contacted via email at DJB@MichaelsEnergy.com.

Michaels Energy is excited to welcome these two engineers to the Impact Evaluation team and continues its search for high-quality, talented engineers to join the organization while it grows and adapts to the needs of its clients. Michaels’ client list continues to expand as energy efficiency services are provided to utilities that span the spectrum from program design, development and implementation to evaluation, measurement and verification.

Kristin Laursen

Author Kristin Laursen

More posts by Kristin Laursen

Leave a Reply