Friday, March 27, 2009

TechLife Community Builder - Zack Griffin

Bio:

I am the Project Coordinator and Co-Founder of Evolved Energy Solutions, based in Dublin, OH. I recently earned my Lighting Certified designation through the National Council on Qualifications for Lighting Professionals (NCQLP) and have a finance degree from OSU. I play rugby in a social league, and enjoy snowboarding and mountain biking when possible.

Passion:

I am passionate about environmental sustainability in all aspects. I believe our country especially has been wasteful in its ways and has set a bad example for younger generations and developing countries. I also love to learn, meet new people, and hear new ideas.

Most played on my ipod:

Gorillaz, Beastie Boys, Clutch, Muse, NIN

Where did you grow up?

I grew up in Hilliard, OH, and am a life long resident of central Ohio (excluding a long 5 months in Indiana).

What have you Organized?

Think Green Columbus

LinkedIn:

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/b/ba1/342



My Company:

Evolved Energy Solutions is a start-up that performs lighting audits, design and implementation services, primarily for commercial and industrial customers. Our services reduce energy use and costs, while also improving the comfort and functionality of the space.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Have you ever looked into EnerLume Energy Management Corp. http://www.enerlume.com a provider of energy efficiency products that improve lighting efficiency through itsproprietary energy efficiency product EnerLume | EM®.

EnerLume | EM®, is most adaptable to facilities that are heavily dependent on fluorescent lighting, such as retail chains and businesses in the industrial, commercial, educational and parking garages sectors. The product uses a patent pending algorithm to eliminate a small portion of the sine wave where the lighting system draws current but does not efficiently produce light. The product provides a proven energy savings of 15% with virtually no perceptible loss of light.

March 27, 2009 at 10:03 AM  

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