With more than 25 years in the industry, Jack Kattner of Kattner Associates LLC knows - inside out - how district heating and district cooling enterprises work.
Jack has been a part of the management team at a leading district energy company as well as a consulting engineer in district energy and related practice areas.
His career in district energy includes positions of increasing leadership, including serving as president and CEO of FVB Energy Inc., a consulting engineering and management firm whose parent company is based in Sweden.
As head of Kattner Associates, Jack has spearheaded district energy consulting projects throughout North America, working with dozens of organizations as an extension of their organization in management, marketing and customer relationship management.
Sometimes the challenge is to develop new systems; others, to expand existing ones - no matter their stage of development.
brings with him a collegial working environment that encourages information exchange and team building.
In spite of his
vast experience, Jack
continues to learn about the industry and how it can work best in the "new economy.
According to Jack, "We have to create the tomorrow in this market.
It is the perfect time for us to be planting seeds so we are ready to grow our district energy systems in the years ahead."
continues to attend not only district energy conferences, but conferences and workshops relating to his
clients' customer base - downtown property owners and managers.
Learn more here about the markets Jack
a call today to discover how he
can help your organization accomplish its goals and objectives - and make a positive mark on the community you serve.
"I provide district energy consulting services based on my diverse experience and supplement that with insight from my business, environmental and engineering education.
That's how I'm able to help clients 'think first, design later.' In my book, that's crucial to a district energy system's success - and it's how I'm able to help clients save time and money, reduce risk, avoid blind alleys and not reinvent the wheel."