CCC Leadership

The CCC leadership consists of the Board of Directors and the Advisory Council. These two groups provide direction and information to the CCC to help improve and advance the commissioning industry in California. CCC meetings and webinars are attended by the Board and Advisory Council and are open to the public.

Board of Directors

Christopher Scott, SCE (Chairperson)
Monika Jesionek, PG&E
Glenda Towns, SoCal Gas (Secretary & Treasurer)
Kimberly Siebenthal, SDG&E
SMUD Board Member: Vacant
Lauren Huynh, CLEAResult, CCC Executive Director (Board Advisor)
Donald Frey, LightLouver, LLC (Advisory Council Chairperson, Board Advisor)

Christopher Scott
Engineer, Statewide Customized and Express Programs
Program Manager, Business Incentive Programs
Southern California Edison (SCE)
As a program manager at Southern California Edison, Mr. Scott has applied his 13 years of experience in the field of energy efficiency, demand response, rates and pricing, account management, and customer service as well as his technical perspective to support many of Southern California Edison's integrated demand side management programs and projects, most recently for the Statewide Customized Program, Statewide Retrocommissioning Program, Statewide Deemed Program, Statewide Automated Demand Response Technology Incentives Program, and the Statewide Permanent Load Shifting Program. Mr. Scott received his Program Management Certification from Cal Tech and has a BA Degree from California State University Fullerton.

Monika Jesionek
Program Manager
Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E)

As a Program Manager at PG&E, Miss Jesionek has applied her 9 years of experience in the field of energy efficiency as well as an evaluation perspective to support many of PG&E’s programs. Prior to her tenure at Pacific Gas and Electric, she was active in the evaluation consulting field at ADM Associates for several Midwest and east coast utility companies on behalf of their Public Utility Commissions. She also spent time working at the Department of State in Washington D.C. in the multilateral trade and energy department. Miss Jesionek received her MS in Economics from University of Southern California, and a BS/BA degrees in Economics from the University of California San Diego.

Glenda Towns
Program Manager
Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas)
Glenda has 27 years of experience in the electric and gas utility industries. Prior to joining SoCalGas Customer Programs organization as a program manager, she worked for Southern California Edison Company as a commercial/industrial energy efficiency manager. She is currently overseeing SoCalGas' Retrocommissioning, Continuous Energy Improvement, and Prescriptive Rebate programs for commercial and industrial customers. In recognition of her leadership skills, she is the recipient of a San Gabriel Valley Woman of Achievement Award. She graduated from California State University, Los Angeles.

Kimberly Siebenthal
Program Manager
San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E)

Kimberly Siebenthal is a Program Advisor for San Diego Gas & Electric’s Commissioning, Strategic Energy Management, and Locational Energy Efficiency programs. Kimberly received her B.A. in Communications and Media Studies from San Diego State University while interning with local news and radio stations. After being considered the “green-police” by her friends and colleagues, Kimberly realized her passion for sustainability and energy efficiency and joined the SDG&E Customer Programs team where she focused on bringing energy efficiency best practices into businesses around San Diego. Before joining her current position with SDG&E 3rd Parties Program, Kimberly worked with commercial and industrial customers, including municipalities, to drive deep energy savings leveraging rebates, incentives and financing.

Lauren Huynh
CLEAResult, CCC Executive Director (Board Advisor)

Lauren Huynh has over 18 years of experience in architecture and sustainable design, including over seven years in the energy efficiency field. Ms. Huynh supports the day-to-day management of the California Commissioning Collaborative, and comes from the new construction commercial building industry which includes utility DSM program and project management, and program implementation. Ms. Huynh is a LEED ® Accredited Professional with BD+C specialty and served as 2013 President of the USGBC Minnesota Chapter. Ms. Huynh joined CLEAResult in 2015. She holds a Bachelor of Arts (emphasis in Architecture) and Master of Architecture from the University of Minnesota.

Donald J. (Don) Frey, P.E.
LightLouver LLC
Mr. Frey serves as Chairperson of the CCC Advisory Council. He has been involved in business management; project management; engineering; and building energy-related research, design, and product development for more than 35 years. He is a registered Professional Engineer in Colorado and Tennessee, and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in aerospace engineering and a Master of Science degree in civil engineering. In 1982 he co-founded Architectural Energy Corporation (AEC), where he was a Principal for 27 years. He now works part time for LightLouver LLC, a company he also co-founded. He has authored numerous technical reports and papers, and made many presentations at technical conferences. He was awarded the 2009 Benner Award by the National Conference on Building Commissioning

Advisory Council

The Advisory Council is a group of individuals who have a vested interest in the health and growth of the commissioning industry in California. The CCC Advisory Council helps direct the CCC's projects and priorities by offering new ideas, asking questions, providing input, and identifying additional useful resources.

The Advisory Council is appointed by the CCC Board and has between 15 and 20 members. They include Commissioning Providers, building owners, and representatives of utilities and research labs.

Matthew Berbée
Energy Manager
California Institute of Technology

Matthew Berbée serves as the Energy Manager at the California Institute of Technology. He manages the Caltech Energy Conservation Investment Program, one of the largest green revolving funds in the country. His responsibilities include management of the campus energy retrofit, retro-commissioning, and LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) for Existing Building programs. Prior to joining Caltech, Matthew worked as the Energy Manager for the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory. While at JPL, Matthew managed multi-million dollar Energy Savings Performance Contracts encompassing energy retrofit solutions in mission critical facilities. He managed one of Southern California Edison's most aggressive demand response programs. Matthew is a Certified Energy Manager with an extensive background in building automation controls. He holds a Master's Degree in Business Administration from Pepperdine University and a Bachelors of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from California State Polytechnic University Pomona.

James A. Bryan
Vice President
Dividend Capital Diversified Property Fund
James Bryan leads the implementation of corporate strategies for engineering and operations best practices, capital expenditure, construction projects, develops energy efficient strategies, and establishes engineering and operations best practices to achieve enhanced net operating income (NOI).

In his previous position with Arden Realty Inc., A GE Capital Real Estate Company, he was focused on property operations, enterprise building automation systems, and building system operations strategies. James has experience in portfolio wide strategic planning, engineering, implementation, service and maintenance projects. He has directed teams in the execution of long-range technology plans and large capital improvement projects and is highly experienced in many building automation systems, from the development of the operational strategy to the detailed programming of the systems.

Tav Commins
Mechanical Engineer
California Energy Commission
Mr. Commins has worked at the Energy Commission for 10 years. During this time he has managed the State's Energy Hotline, which answers questions about California's energy code. He also led the incorporation of building commissioning ("Acceptance Requirements") into the 2005 Title 24 Building Standards. Mr. Commins helped start the California Commissioning Collaborative, and set up and ran the Collaborative for two years. He also trains building officials on the state energy codes and conducts complaint investigations on new homes.

Greg Cunningham, AIA
Enovity, Inc.
Mr. Cunningham has more than 30 years of experience in design and construction focusing on building energy efficiency solutions. He is a member of the Building Commissioning Association (BCA) and a former member of the Professional Advisory Group (PAG) to the California Energy Commission for the development of the Title 24 Standards. Mr. Cunningham is a USGBC LEED Accredited Professional and a member of the American Institute of Architects. He received his B.A. in Architecture from U.C. Berkeley and M.E.P. in Energy Technology from Arizona State University.

Charles G. Fletcher Jr.
Executive Vice President
EMCOR Service / Mesa Energy Systems
Charles Fletcher began his career in the HVAC business in 1978. Between the years 1978 and 1983 he worked in various capacities including Union Sheet Metal Worker, Operations Manager, and Sales Engineer. In 1984 Charles started Mesa Energy Systems, Inc. and has served in the capacity of both CEO and Senior Vice President from that time until present. He has been an integral part of transforming Mesa from a small company with a solid reputation, into a nationally recognized “best in class” energy solutions contractor, that became part of the EMCOR Group, an international Fortune 500 Company, in 1999. Mr. Fletcher earned a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics at the State University of New York, Cortland, is a LEED Accredited Professional, holds a California contractor's license and is a member of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE).

Ed Jerome
Division Manager, Utility Services
EnerNOC, Inc.
Ed Jerome has more than 16 years of experience developing, quantifying, and managing energy and resource efficiency projects. He is highly skilled in energy management principles, savings quantification, measurement & verification techniques, and implementation strategies for resource conservation projects within commercial, industrial, and agricultural facilities. Mr. Jerome has lead and performed detailed retro-commissioning activities for more than 3.5 million square feet of large commercial and institutional building space. He has performed and/or managed more than 200 preliminary and detailed energy surveys within commercial, industrial, and agricultural facilities and has performed numerous demand response audits for a variety of customer types.

David Jump, Ph.D., P.E.
Director of Engineering
Quantum Energy Services and Technologies, Inc. (QuEST)
Mr. Jump is the Engineering Director for QuEST, a firm specializing in retro-commissioning (RCx) services and programs, measurement and verification (M&V) services, and energy project development and implementation services. He has helped develop and manage technical services for more than $14 million in energy efficiency programs that provide building retro-commissioning services. Mr. Jump's expertise in commercial HVAC and control systems, data acquisition and analysis, fault diagnostic techniques, and building energy analysis has enabled him to write chapters in M&V guidelines, develop guidelines for assessing measurement cost effectiveness, and author several technical papers and presentations. Along with CCC Advisory Board participation, Mr. Jump also serves on the International Performance Measurement and Verification Protocol Technical Committee, and is currently vice president of the Building Commissioning Association's Southwest Chapter.

Wesley Morgan
Energy Program Manager
California State University
Mr. Morgan is the systemwide Energy Program Manager for the California State University, Office of the Chancellor and manages the CSU's Energy Efficiency Partnership Program, Monitoring Based Commissioning (MBCx) Program, and provides training and assessment support to the 23 campus system for new and emerging energy efficiency technologies. He also participates in the CSU's Mechanical Systems Review Board to review capital project plans and develop/refine CSU’s design guidelines for Commissioning, Metering, and Interior/Exterior Lighting Systems. Mr. Morgan also worked as project manager of the statewide emerging technology demonstration program at the California Lighting Technology Center, UC Davis. He has a bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science/Engineering as well as his CEM from the Association of Energy Engineers.

Clifford H. Moriyama
Capitol Dynamics, LLC
Cliff Moriyama is a partner of Capitol Dynamics, LLC. Capitol Dynamics is a full service governmental affairs/public relations strategic planning firm based in Sacramento, California. Mr. Moriyama has more than 17 years of experience in the legislative and regulatory arenas in California and Washington D.C. working for three statewide business associations prior to forming Capitol Dynamics. He has an extensive background on issues ranging from land use, endangered species, energy, water quality and water supply and the environment.

Tony Pierce, P.E.
Senior Engineer
Facility Dynamics Engineering
Tony has over 26 years experience in the design, construction and commissioning of building systems. He joined FDE in 2006 and is located in Southern California. He has previously worked for Southern California Edison Co., principally promoting sustainable building design practices and energy efficiency standards, and HMC Group, an architectural-engineering firm where he was the Director of Mechanical Engineering. Tony's current commissioning projects range from university assembly and teaching facilities, hospitals, public and private office buildings, and hospitality facilities. In addition, he works on control system designs for building energy systems and as an instructor for PG&E's Existing Building Commissioning Workshop.

Reinhard G. Seidl, P.E.
Taylor Engineering
Reinhard Seidl started his career in Europe, where he completed a Master's degree in mechanical engineering. He moved to California after four years as a project engineer with a Dutch multinational firm, involved in international contracting in Africa and the Middle East for industrial projects. His experience in the US includes nine years as a project engineer and project manager for a mechanical contractor in the commercial, biotech, and semiconductor sectors. In 2003, he joined the consulting firm Taylor Engineering in Alameda, California, where he is currently a Principal. In recent years, he has focused on controls and commissioning work, is a member of the ASHRAE guideline committee GPC30 for commissioning existing buildings, and has published several articles on commissioning. In collaboration with PG&E, he has helped develop the Universal Translator, a tool for analyzing trend data on commissioning and energy retrofit projects.

Shane Schroeder
Group Manager - Commissioning
Mr. Schroeder currently serves as Target's commissioning group manager and is responsible for defining, implementing and overseeing both the commissioning and demand side energy management programs for Target. These programs focus primarily on enhancing the life cycle performance of Target facilities by optimizing the way energy consuming equipment is designed, installed, operated and maintained. Prior to Target, Mr. Schroeder worked as a consulting engineer helping owners in the institutional, commercial, educational and health care industries define and implement programs related to commissioning, energy efficiency, sustainability and facility support services. Mr. Schroeder has a bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Minnesota, is a registered professional engineer, a LEED Accredited Professional and a NEBB Certified Supervisor for testing, adjusting and balancing of air and hydronic systems.

Greg Stevens
Program Manager
Alternative Energy Systems Consulting, Inc.
Greg Stevens has over 12 years of consulting experience in energy production, delivery and use. He provides management and technical support to utility energy efficiency and self-generation programs, as well as serves utility customers and government agencies directly. He currently supports Southern California Edison's RCx, MBx and PBx Programs. Mr. Stevens had a lead role in enhancing and streamlining SCE's 2010-2012 Commercial RCx Program. The restructuring of the current program is captured in the following CALMAC report: “Development of Pre-Calculated Savings for Southern California Edison's 2006-2008 Retrocommissioning Program.” He also supports SCE's Integrated Comprehensive Energy Audit, HEEP and LEEP Programs. During his career, Mr. Stevens has inspected over 100 onsite generation facilities – including combined heat and power, photovoltaics and renewable fuel – and conducted over 80 energy audits for various government agencies and utility customers. He has assisted several recognized corporations, such as - Siemens Industry, Albertsons, AMTECH Lighting Services - with measurement and verification of HVAC, refrigeration and lighting projects. Mr. Stevens earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Resources Engineering from Humboldt State University, CA 1998. He holds a California Engineer-In-Training (EIT) certificate and is an AEE Certified Measurement and Verification Professional (CMVP). He is a member of ASME and AEE. He has authored several studies involving energy efficiency and onsite generation.

Mark Walter
Virtual Commissioning
Mr. Walter started in the HVAC industry in 1973, and has been a project manager for over 25 years. His experience includes an extensive background in Building Automation Systems (BAS), covering all phases of design, installation, programming, graphics, start-up and commissioning. He has managed residential and commercial mechanical projects, lighting and access control projects, and the design of hazardous transportation systems. His specializations include operations and maintenance assessments, and new and existing building commissioning.