From Illinois Business Journal news services
Sitton Energy Solutions has added Marcia Lochmann, of O’Fallon, Ill., as its new director of client services.
Lochmann (left) is responsible for leading and managing the firm’s client and partner relationships, as Sitton Energy Solutions continues to expand.
With Lochmann’s addition, Sitton Energy Solutions will now be able to provide its energy efficiency and facility optimization solutions to more clients. The firm said it is committed to recommending facility improvements that can make clients money and deliver the highest return on investment.
Prior to joining Sitton Energy Solutions, Lochmann served as the director of College Partnerships for the Illinois Green Economy Network, a consortium of all 39 community college districts in Illinois. Lochmann was responsible for leading the network’s energy related programs and managing projects across multiple constituents and stakeholders.
Prior to working with IGEN, she was the director of sustainability and public engagement at Lewis and Clark Community College where she honed her skills in sustainability reporting and strategic partnership development. Lochmann holds a bachelor of science in education from Indiana University and a master’s of science in environmental science from Texas A&M University. She serves on the St. Louis Clean Cities Board and is a member of the International Society of Sustainability Professionals and the U.S. Green Building Council.
Sitton Energy Solutions is an independent energy consultant offering strategic energy management services to maximize the value of facilities, while reducing energy usage and operating and maintenance costs. The firm, which has helped its clients save over $23 million in costs, has offices in St. Louis, Mo., and O’Fallon, Ill.