Bill Holmes, founder of Holmes Energy and recipient of the Dept. of Energy Award for Energy Innovation
Bill Holmes, P.E., founded Holmes Energy and developed the AutoPilot Monitoring-Based Commissioning (MBCx) System in 1979. He has a B.S. and M.S. in mechanical engineering and has done additional coursework and research for his PhD. He is a former Purdue professor and taught for several years in the Continuing Education in Energy Management Program at the University of Wisconsin. Holmes has produced savings from 20% to, in a few projects, more than 50%, from low-cost, no-cost changes in management, operation, maintenance, and control alone in all types of facilities including industrial plants. He is the recipient of a DOE Award for Energy Innovation and was the Indiana Energy Manager of the Year in 1990. He has published numerous papers and been making presentations on his projects and methods for more than 25 years.
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