We are a team of experienced professionals who are passionate about what we do and always take the extra time to make sure our clients’ needs are met and to advocate on your behalf.

We firmly believe in energy efficiency and use tried and true solutions in innovative ways. By seeking out the latest technologies and developments, we are able to help businesses control costs through energy conservation and innovation. The cumulative knowledge gained through working with thousands of businesses each year benefits all of our clients. Our team’s unique perspectives, interests and experiences combine with a common vision to deliver energy savings that make business sense.

Matt Haley, Chief Executive Officer—Matt never tires of helping businesses, clients and customers save energy and lower costs. New technologies, fresh faces and innovative ideas keep the chief executive officer of Energy Insight, Inc., inspired after more than 23 years in the energy-efficiency field. (READ MORE)

Margit Barot, Associate Energy Engineer—Most of the businesses Margit encounters really want to reduce their energy consumption, but barriers get in the way. He tracks down technologies and incentives that match their requirements and helps them secure rebates—eliminating hassles that keep companies from saving energy. (READ MORE)

Micah Broehm, Energy Analyst—Micah enjoys system analysis and is driven to optimize ways we use energy in our modern world. His inquisitive nature and analytical approach are strong assets when conducting energy assessments, identifying system improvement opportunities, and calculating savings and rebates for customers. (READ MORE)

Charlotte Currier, Project Manager—Whether it is upgrading lighting to better display merchandise, adding HVAC controls to improve tenant comfort, or reducing electric demand to prevent utilities from having to open new power plants, Charlotte sees plenty of reasons for businesses to make energy-efficiency improvements—in addition to lowering costs. (READ MORE)

Doug Eli, Associate Energy Engineer—Saving energy is good for the planet. That conviction inspires Doug in his daily work with customers. Doug promotes energy conservation and incentive programs that help businesses reduce waste and conserve natural resources—while strengthening their bottom lines. (READ MORE)

Peter Gephart, Energy Analyst—Learning new things is exciting to Peter—something he experiences every day as an energy analyst for Energy Insight, Inc. The avid cyclist and cross country skier is always on the move, looking for creative opportunities to help customers conserve energy in ways that make sense for their businesses. (READ MORE)

Ben Heimall, Energy Analyst—Ben is passionate about helping people and about improving the health of our planet. The former U.S. Air Force medic does both as an energy analyst. He helps businesses save energy and lower costs, while reducing greenhouse gas emissions. (READ MORE)

Tanuj Gulati, Senior Energy Engineer—Tanuj tells it like it is. He is passionate about helping businesses operate energy efficiently and quick to offer tangible solutions that save energy and lower costs. Many customers have Tanuj on speed dial and say he is their first call whenever they consider energy-efficiency upgrades, building improvements or new construction. (READ MORE)

Riley Haley, Direct Install Specialist—Riley knows that helping customers save money on energy ultimately results in more efficient, eco-friendly products and services that help the environment. That is what excites him about working in the energy efficiency field. As an intern and son of Energy Insight, Inc., CEO Matt Haley, Riley is learning about the family business through hands-on experience. (READ MORE)

Vicki Kabat-Szklarz, Accounting Specialist—Vicki likes variety, something she experiences every day as accounting specialist at Energy Insight, Inc. Her role goes far beyond accounting, payroll, and purchasing. Experience in marketing, project management, information technology, and systems administration makes her the “go to” for many key office functions. (READ MORE)

Hailey Kassulker, Administrative Assistant—Hailey brings positive energy to her position as administrative assistant at Energy Insight, Inc., cheerfully juggling front desk reception, data entry, office management, event planning and project support with a friendly disposition and can-do attitude. (READ MORE)

Russ Liupakka, Energy Analyst—When Russ gets involved in a project, he won’t stop until it is finished. The full-blooded Finn describes himself as fairly laid back, but he is a tireless, tenacious advocate for business owners that want to cut energy costs and become more profitable. Of course, a sauna at the end of the day helps. (READ MORE)

Jessica Michaels, Energy Engineer—Most of us don’t think twice about energy or how we use it. Jessica Michaels shares her technical knowledge to help customers make conscious choices that save energy and lower costs. Everyone benefits! That excites Jessica in her work as an energy engineer. (READ MORE)

Emmanuel Okanla, Energy Analyst–Emmanuel jumps right into new experiences—whether it is skydiving or helping Energy Insight customers make the leap toward energy efficiency. He is an expert at navigating obstacle courses and knows that no hurdles are insurmountable. (READ MORE)

Cassie Ortberg, Energy Analyst—Cassie always knew a typical office job would not be a good fit. Her active nature and passion for energy conservation make her well suited to work as an energy analyst, visiting industrial and commercial sites to help customers save money and operate facilities more efficiently. (READ MORE)

Crystal Pomerleau, Energy Analyst—Crystal is a passionate environmentalist and firm believer in energy conservation. She finds it inspiring to help businesses conserve energy, knowing that lower energy consumption means less use of fossil fuels and a lower need for increased renewables. (READ MORE)

Scott Schoolmeesters, Project Manager—Scott Schoolmeesters is a “morning person,” who wakes before his alarm rings and leaps out of bed to tackle the day. He often has a basketball game or bike ride in before most folks head to work. Combine this zeal for life with a passion for energy efficiency and desire to make a difference, and you can see why Scott is a powerful advocate in the field of energy management. (READ MORE)

Mike Swanson, Energy Analyst—No two days are the same for Mike as an energy analyst for Energy Insight Inc. His favorite part of the job is meeting and working with new people. Mike assists in rebate programs and provides back-end support, building his industry knowledge and professional credentials toward a progressive career in energy management. (READ MORE)

Jon Vesta, Energy Engineer—Finding simple solutions for complex problems (and sometimes the reverse) motivates Jon. He knows the building components of commercial and industrial facilities inside and out, from lighting and HVAC to refrigeration, compressed air and variable speed drive motors. He uses that knowledge to help clients save money. (READ MORE)

Scott Wishart, Energy Analyst—Scott Wishart spends a lot of energy biking, running, and engaging in competitive sports, but, at work, he is focused on energy saving. As an energy analyst, Scott fearlessly gathers data, identifies potential energy savings, and coordinates with businesses and utilities to reduce energy consumption in the most appropriate and economical ways. (READ MORE)

Nick Campbell, Direct Install Technician-PT—Nick traces his passion for green energy and protecting the Earth back to his grandfather, who always paused to pick up litter on their walks together. Today, Nick walks others through ways to conserve energy as an intern and direct install technician for Energy Insight, Inc. (READ MORE)

Ryan Krueger, Intern and Direct Install Technician–Ryan enjoys showing people simple ways to reduce their energy consumption without changing their daily routines. He installs energy-efficient lighting products and low-flow shower heads and faucet aerators that help building owners and residents save energy and money. (READ MORE)