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Advisory Committee / Master Sponsor: Enalasys

Your greenNet team is a steering committee made up of key industry participants who are recognized leaders in the field of energy efficiency.

In this rapidly changing field of energy efficiency it's challenging to stay informed of the latest trends and developments in the field of residential energy efficiency.

The objective is to reach out to a diverse group of partners and industry leaders in establishing greenNet as an information portal for the latest in innovative products and technologies, diagnostic equipment applications and the latest news on energy efficient efficiency.

Eric Taylor


CEO, President, Co-Founder & Director, Enalasys Corporation

Eric is responsible for bringing company products from conception to market; raising approximately $12 million to date; driving sales; assembling a top management team; and creating solid alliances with strategic partners. With 18 years in the same-day freight industry as founder, Chairman and CEO of Jet Express Inc., Mr. Taylor lived through industry transformation due to deregulation and FedEx’s strategic use of global tracking through new scanner technology.

Mr. Taylor has drawn on that experience to develop and implement a similar transformation through technology for the utility and HVAC industries. He has directed and overseen the implementation of this strategy in the development and distribution of innovative technologies and products.  Mr. Taylor’s experience of a balanced of broad far-reaching vision, combined with practical business experience and leadership has resulted in Enalasys products being used in 12 States and 18 utility programs during the course of the company’s history. 

Tom Morrison

VP New Products and Services
Tom joined Enalasys in March 2010. Tom comes to Enalasys with over 30 years of industry experience, most recently with PG&E.  He has held a variety of positions in the areas of Customer Efficiency, Customer Service and Purchasing. He started with PG&E in the purchasing department and developed and implemented a process for consolidating the number of contracts PG&E used for managing the repairs of their fleet vehicles and renegotiated contract prices that reduced overhead costs.

While in customer service he managed PG&E’s customer satisfaction program for the East Bay area and supervised a team of residential and multi family home energy auditors. He designed quality control, quality assurance policies and field inspection processes for single family, multifamily and small business programs. Tom managed the Residential Contractor Program (RCP), and developed and implemented the current midstream HVAC programs for Duct Test and Seal (DTS) and Refrigerant Charge and Air Flow (RCA).

He also supervised and managed the single family downstream rebate and midstream HVAC, water heater and appliance recycling incentive programs. Most recently he worked on the design and implementation strategy for the Whole House Prescriptive and performance programs expected to launch in the second quarter of 2010.

Tom is focused on new products and services for Enalasys including greenNet and ComfortPulse™ as well as working with the operations and marketing and sales teams.

Luke Hermann

VP National Contractor Sales & Marketing
Luke brings extensive experience in developing profitable sales & marketing programs, business ventures, business management, business ownership, and business consulting.  Mr. Hermann’s experiences include sales and marketing, cutting edge program rollouts, business acquisitions, and call center management. 

Mr. Hermann started, acquired, franchised, and sold $100 million in private and publicly owned contracting and service businesses with a specific emphasis on the HVAC industry over the 12 years prior to joining the Company. 

His construction management experience has included a $100 million manufacturing facility for IBM, a $50 million Ridge Tahoe resort, a $35 million Sierra Pacific Power office building, a $20 million underground baggage facility for United Airlines, and a $20 million State Office Building for Nevada as part of the general contracting team, as well as individual single-family residences. 

All of his business endeavors also involved unique recruiting and hiring programs for various interrelated positions from executives to front-line personnel.

David Manoguerra

VP National Utility Operations
David joined Enalasys in July 2008.During his 30 years with Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Manoguerra was a recognized industry leader in green building, solar technologies, and building performance. He managed and supervised work quality inspection teams and managed residential and small commercial energy efficiency programs including the ENERGY STAR Comprehensive HVAC Quality Installation Initiative, the Pool Pump Motor Replacement Initiative, The Cool Roof Program, Demand Response Product Development Sector, and California Residential Solar Initiative.

Currently, Dave is leading the Enalasys Field Operations activities focusing on enhanced levels of quality control and quality assurance management practices for the delivery of national programs. He oversees the development and design of new and innovative program strategies for our national accounts which today are focused on program growth and the migration of programs toward the whole home delivery strategy.

Don Charles

Director, Business Development
Don began his business career and entrepreneurship in the late 1980’s when he started a network marketing business. Later, he went on to help lead the business development efforts of two technology start-ups in the utility and real estate sectors. As a business development manager and director, he helped create strategies, develop marketing materials and messaging and lead sales efforts to acquire top industry partners and clients.

At Synteleos, Inc. Charles helped successfully launch one of the first B2B Internet based technology providers to the real estate industry and was personally responsible for closing deals representing 68% of the company’s revenue generating business. With Enalasys, Charles has created and implemented the HomeEnalasys program for utilities that focuses on building long-term strategic alliances between electric and gas utilities, HVAC contractors and utility customers. He helped create the utility business units strategies and lead sales efforts resulting in contractual relationships with key utility companies and partners such as the

National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, Tennessee Valley Authority, Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation, Jackson Electric Membership Corporation, Cobb Energy, State of Oregon Office of Energy, SMUD and
Southern Company.

Scott Clay

Director of Northern California Field Operations
Scott joined Enalasys in December 2009.  Scott comes to Enalasys with 35 years of industry experience, most recently with PG&E.  He has held a variety of positions in the areas of Steam and Nuclear Generation, Environmental Services and Customer Energy Efficiency. Scott’s 30 year tenure with PG&E included various positions. While working in the Environmental Department his role focused on hazardous waste reduction where he developed the PG&E Hazardous Waste Reduction Plan. 

Before joining Enalasys, Scott worked in Customer Energy Efficiency at PG&E.  He managed the Residential Contractor Program (RCP), developed the Pool Pump and Motor Rebate Program and managed the midstream HVAC programs for Duct Test and Seal (DTS) and Refrigerant Charge and Air Flow (RCA). During his time with the Pittsburg Power Plant, he developed and implemented the Chemical Management and Hazardous Materials Management Plans, as well as the Chemistry and Environmental Laboratory Quality Assurance Plan. While at the Diablo Canyon Power Plant (DCPP), Scott worked closely with the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) and other nuclear utilities worldwide to develop improved chemistry monitoring equipment and treatment strategies. 

As Director of Northern California Field Operations, Scott focuses on the Northern California service area.  He is responsible for the operations, training and auditing of all HVAC contractor programs. In addition, Scott will work closely with utilities in providing reports on Enalasys programs and successes.