Bill Spohn has been one of our most consistent participants at the Habitat X conferences. As the president and CEO of TruTech Tools, he’s also a widely respected expert on combustion testing, wireless tools, and other technologies. He holds degrees from the University Of Rochester, is a registered Professional Engineer in Pennsylvania, and has designed a wide array of test and measurement products in the last twenty-five years. See Bill’s self portrait here. Check out the highly respected Building HVAC Science podcast that’s produced by TruTech Tools.
Bill’s organization TruTech Tools is a 2019 Silver Sponsor of Habitat X.
Bob Rowe is the President and CEO of NorthWestern Energy, the investor-owned utility that provides gas and electric service across much of Montana, South Dakota, and Nebraska. He’s a recent chairman of Western Energy Institute, a current co-chair of the Institute for Electric Innovation, an Institute of the Edison Foundation focused on advancing the adoption of innovative and efficient technologies among electric utilities, and the former chair of the Montana Public Service Commission.
At the start of his career, in the 1980s, Bob was a VISTA volunteer and a Legal Services lawyer, and worked on subjects such as low-income utility programs and customer protections, utility-based efficiency programs, and integrated supply planning. We’re fortunate to have Bob involved with the Habitat X Conferences — with a lifetime of focused work on utilities and the environment, he is one of the most respected and progressive executives in the U.S. utility industry. Bob lives in Helena, Montana.
Ryan Boswell is a free-lance consultant on energy efficiency, sustainable agriculture, and program finance. He worked for many years on the ground floor of the Clinton Climate Initiative in Little Rock, Arkansas, supporting the HEAL project, a workplace lending program directed toward energy efficiency upgrades in existing homes. Ryan was the 2014 Habitat X Fellow, and joined us for the 2014 conference at Chico Hot Springs, Montana. We are pleased to still count him as an active collaborator at Habitat X for the 2016 Webinar Series and the Compliance Project.
Read Ryan’s article in the 2014 Habitat X Journal.
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