MWE2, LLC is an engineering and management firm providing energy efficiency services to utilities, technology developers and investors. MWE2 was founded by Kyle Dunn to serve the expanding energy efficiency industry across the country. Mr. Dunn spent several years working for an established consulting firm in California and specialized in the design of California's commercial/industrial incentive programs, including SCE's SPC, Express Efficiency, and Agricultural Efficiency Programs, and PG&E's NRR-DR Program. Currently, MWE2 provides consulting services in the following areas: program design and administration; integrated energy audits; technical reviews of energy savings; site inspections; technical reports (Including Workpaper Development), M&V; computer modeling (including eQuest); and technical training.
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Kyle Dunn is President and Founder of MWE2, LLC. He provides over 8 years of utility and engineering experience in the energy services sector. Kyle has a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Michigan State University and specializes in commercial and industrial (C&I) project management, energy audits, and measurement and verification (M&V). Kyle holds a professional engineer’s license in California (#34,500), Illinois (#062.061830), and Michigan (#56,324), is a Certified Energy Manager (CEM), a LEED Accredited Professional (LEED AP), and previously served on the Board of Directors for the US Green Building Council – San Diego Chapter from January 2007 to June 2008.
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Phillip Hasley, P.E. - Principal Engineer
Phillip Hasley is founder of our consulting partner, Hasley Consulting, and has over over twenty years of experience providing energy auditing, analysis, design and measurement and verification (M&V) services for utility and customer clients. His evaluation and design technology experience includes HVAC, refrigeration, variable speed drive, industrial process, commercial and power generation projects. He has performed integrated and demand reduction audits, short term metering to establish equipment energy consumption and created computer simulation models using spreadsheets, eQUEST and DOE-2 to estimate savings and payback on energy saving projects. He has provided technical assistance for energy conservation incentive programs of Southern California Edison and Pacific Gas and Electric Company. He contributed to the FEMP and California SPC M&V procedures manuals, ASHRAE Guideline 14, and has conducted energy conservation training workshops for NEEC, ASHRAE and several utilities.