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Fred Dreher & Ed McGlynn

Fred Dreher, VP of Business Development for The Midwest

If business development is the window of opportunity for an organization, Dreher is the mainstay that keeps it open and business circulating. As VP of business development for the Midwest, he provides strategy, design and delivery to utilities across the country. He aligns Franklin Energy with clients who can truly gain value from the company’s experience and his own three decades in energy efficiency. In addition to his role at Franklin, Dreher was former chair of the advisory board for the development of UW-Platteville's Sustainability and Renewable Energy Systems (SRES) degree. He is a founding member of Wisconsin's SE2 Award and former chair of AESP's Tools and Technology Topic Committee.

Ed McGlynn, Vice President of Commercial & Industrial Product Management

Ed McGlynn is a Vice President of Commercial & Industrial Product Management for Franklin Energy. In this role, he develops new C&I products and services, provides support to Franklin’s regional operation teams implementing utility-sponsored energy efficiency programs across the country, and offers energy efficiency consulting advice to electric and gas utilities. Ed has 30 years of experience in the utility and energy efficiency industries where he’s applied vision, leadership and innovation to advancing energy efficiency programs and policy. He is a Certified Energy Manager (CEM) and Certified Building Commissioning Professional.

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What You Missed At Our C&I Summit

October 02, 2017 Fred Dreher & Ed McGlynn

Our C&I Summit has drawn to a close, but it certainly left a lasting impression on those who attended. From the contacts made to national-level networking and expert tips shared from all corners of the industry, the C&I Summit was an excellent experience for all who joined. Weren’t able to make it? Here are some of the highlights.

We gathered speakers from across the industry to share their insights and pass along knowledge and viewpoints of the C&I market for today and the future. With speakers from organizations like ACEEE, ESource, GTI, and DoE, along with utilities like ComEd, Xcel Energy, DTE Energy and more, no stone was left unturned when it came to exploring all corners of the C&I market.