Bill Meffert is group manager of energy and sustainability services for the Georgia Technology Institute’s Enterprise Innovation Institute and oversees the development, transfer and adoption of best practices and leading-edge technologies for manufacturers and Georgia business. Meffert has 20 years of experience providing energy conservation, alternate fuel and energy-efficiency assistance to industrial, commercial and institutional facilities. He has completed more than 200 energy assessments at industrial facilities and 100 commercial energy assessments at public schools, hospitals and institutional facilities.
Along with other Georgia Tech faculty, Meffert developed the first energy management system standard for the American National Standards Institute (ANSI/MSE 2000-2008). He holds a Plant Engineer license from the state of Georgia and is a Certified Energy Procurement professional (CEP, Association of Energy Engineers), and a DOE Qualified Specialist and Energy Expert in compressed air. Recently, he served on Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue’s Energy Policy Council, which developed that state’s first State Energy Strategy.Articles by Bill Meffert