Sitton Energy hires capital projects engineer
From Illinois Business Journal news services
Sitton Energy Solutions, which has offices in O’Fallon, Ill, and in St. Louis, has announced it has added James Dice as energy/capital projects engineer.
This addition will help support the growing demand for the firm’s energy efficiency and facility optimization services. Dice (left)will be responsible for the delivery of Sustainable Facilities Optimization Solutions to clients, through data collection, fault detection and diagnostics and data analytics capabilities.
“Our firm is known for its ability to deliver industry-leading ROI to clients by decreasing their energy, operational and management costs, while increasing the level of safety, health and productivity of their facilities’ occupants,” said Joe Wojtal, Sitton Energy Solutions’ lead for Analytics Sales and Execution. “The background and expertise James brings to the table will have an immediate impact on our client base, as it will allow us to continue to identify means for delivering even higher levels of ROI to those we work with.”
Prior to joining Sitton Energy Solutions, Dice most recently served as a performance engineer at Energy Systems Group, where he was responsible for capital project development and energy savings measurement and verification. Before ESG, he was an energy engineer at M360 in St. Louis, a subsidiary of Murphy Company. At M360, he specialized in retro-commissioning and led the implementation of the firm’s continuous commissioning and data analytics offerings. He holds a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering from Saint Louis University and a Professional Engineering License in the State of Illinois. He has also earned the Certified Energy Manager and Certified Measurement and Verification Professional certifications from the Association of Energy Engineers.
Sitton Energy Solutions is an independent energy consultant offering strategic energy management services. To learn more, visit www.sittoncg.com.