Tyrone Pelt, P.E., C.E.M.

19-Oct-2018, 10:00-10:30AM

 
Session: Government Energy Management Success Stories

Track A | Energy Security & Government Energy Management| FEDEnergy Works


Meeting Federal Energy Goals with Dashboards

Tyrone Pelt, P.E., C.E.M.
Regional Energy Coordinator
U.S. General Services Administration




Tyrone Pelt is the Regional Energy Coordinator for the U.S. General Services Administration, Region 4 in Atlanta, GA.In this role, Tyrone is tasked with interpreting and implementing national energy policy and law; providing ongoing energy usage analysis and benchmarking; partnering across Federal agencies and private sector organizations to develop innovative solutions to meet agency energy goals; communicating with regional stakeholders on deploying new technologies; and managing national energy-related programs such as LEED and Energy Star.

Mr. Pelt has extensive experience in performance contracting projects such as ESPCs and UESCs.He also is a subject matter expert in renewables and building lighting technologies.Tyrone has represented GSA on national and regional committees such as the National GSA Proving Ground (GPG) Building Lighting Committee, National Electrical Safety Program, Regional Sustainability Council, and Regional Renewable Energy Committee.

Prior to becoming Region 4’s Energy Coordinator, Tyrone worked 10 years as an Electrical Engineer in GSA’s Regional Design and Construction Division.

Mr. Pelt is a graduate of Tuskegee University with a Bachelor’s in Electrical Engineering and The Georgia Institute of Technology with a Master’s in Electrical & Computer Engineering.He is a licensed Professional Engineer, Certified Energy Manager, and LEED Green Associate.Tyrone has volunteered as an exam writer for the LEED Green Associate exam, and serves as a Judge for Georgia Tech’s Senior Design Expo.


 

Track: A Energy Security & Government Energy Management| FEDEnergy Works | Session: Government Energy Management Success Stories

 

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