January 25, 2021 at 4:00pm 2 hrs
Online Event London, ON, Canada
WSLP's Energy Retrofits & Conservation Tips Webinar features discussion from Western's Energy & Carbon Manager, Evan Green, and Student Energy at Western's President, Elijah Dietrich, and Project Manager, Elizabeth Blokker.
The event will include brief presentations on Western's deep energy retrofit projects, and on Student Energy's initiatives and energy saving tips for students.
There will be 30 minutes for Q&A, so come prepared with questions for the speakers!
- Evan Green, Manager, Carbon & Energy, spearheads energy and carbon management initiatives at Western University. Prior to joining Western, he held various engineering and business development roles at a natural gas utility. He holds a Bachelor’s of Engineering Science from the University of New Brunswick and a Master’s in Sustainable Energy Policy from Carleton University. Evan is registered as a Professional Engineer in Alberta and Ontario, as well as a Certified Energy Manager (CEM), Certified Measurement and Verification Professional (CMVP), and Certified Building Commissioning Professional (CBCP).
- Elijah Dietrich is an undergraduate student pursuing dual degrees in Integrated Engineering and Business Administration. He’s had a longstanding passion for climate action that has led him to support climate research in the Arctic and lobby negotiators at the 26th UN Climate Conference in Poland. Elijah is now applying what he’s learned from these experiences to support fellow students in taking climate action as President of Western’s chapter of Student Energy.
- Elizabeth Blokker is a graduate student in Mechanical Engineering with a collaboration in Environment and Sustainability. Her research involves investigating improvements to heat transfer in concentrated solar power. She has had a life long interest in promoting action to address climate change, which has led to her position as the Project Manager for the Projects portfolio with Student Energy. On this team, she helps to manage incoming projects and launch them for successful student participation.