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Joshua Smith

BAS Specialist

CoreSite Realty Corporation

Direct Phone: (302) ***-****       

Email: j***@***.com

CoreSite Realty Corporation

1001 17Th Street Suite 500

Denver, Colorado 80202

United States

Company Description

CoreSite Realty Corporation (NYSE:COR) delivers secure, reliable, high-performance data center solutions across eight key North American markets. More than 800 of the world's leading enterprises, network operators, cloud providers, and supporting service ... more

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Employment History

Food Safety Supervisor
Taylor Farms

Service and Rebuild Tech
The Core Companies INC

Energy Manager
Community Office for Resource Efficiency

Education

B.S. degree
Industrial Design
University of Cincinnati

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News Briefs - The Sopris Sun

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Former energy manager Josh Smith ended his term in the position Dec. 31 to return to his career in green building, said Nathan Ratledge, director of CORE, the Community Office for Resource Efficiency.

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Smith and previous energy manager Lauren Martindale were employed by CORE under contract with the town.


News Briefs - The Sopris Sun

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Former energy manager Josh Smith ended his term in the position Dec. 31 to return to his career in green building, said Nathan Ratledge, director of CORE, the Community Office for Resource Efficiency.

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Smith and previous energy manager Lauren Martindale were employed by CORE under contract with the town.


Carbondale on track toward energy goals, says town energy manager - The Sopris Sun

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Carbondale Energy Manager Josh Smith assured the town trustees on Nov. 26 that the town is on track to complete all its energy and climate protection goals for the year, and that he expects more success next year, despite the economy. Smith, who is employed by the nonprofit Community Office for Resource Efficiency, or CORE, on behalf of the town, pointed to effective outreach efforts. He cited the success of CarbondaleEnergy.com, a one-stop Web site for Carbondale energy information. He also described the frequent mention of CORE’s efforts in local news media, and the distribution of information at Carbondale events. “Overall, there’s been a pretty good amount of contact throughout the year,†he said. A great deal of progress has been made toward the drafting of the town’s energy-efficient building code for residential construction, Smith noted, though some work remains to be done. He said he would like to see a new set of regulations adopted for commercial construction as well. Since January, Smith said, CORE has given out $134,000 in rebates to residents who bought energy-efficient appliances or installed renewable energy improvements at their homes. This money has leveraged more economic activity in the community. Additional rebates have come from the electric utilities, Holy Cross Energy and Xcel Energy, though the total amount of those rebates is not known. As a result of the CORE rebates, Smith wrote in a memorandum to the trustees, the energy saved is equivalent to 354,000 kilowatt-hours of electricity. During the year, so far, Carbondale residents have purchased $2.1 million worth of wind energy under Holy Cross Energy’s Wind Power Pioneer Program, Smith told the council. “Wind is definitely something the community is interested in,†he said. One item not achieved was a grant for engineering studies for a micro-hydroelectric generator to be powered by Carbondale’s Nettle Creek water line. Smith applied for the grant, but Colorado’s Department of Local Affairs ran out of money set aside for such work. Overall, Smith said, Carbondale is ahead of most towns of its size. “We know the percentage of renewables in town is much higher than in other towns in the nation,†he said in an interview. “If you figure per capita kilowatt production [of renewable energy], we vastly outpace the rest of the nation.†He said Carbondale has captured much of the low-hanging fruit in putting grant money to work for renewable energy installations on town buildings. “So I think what we need to focus on in the next couple years,†he said, “is reducing the amount of energy consumed.†_displayNameOrEmail_ - _time_ - Remove


The Sopris Sun: GarCo seeks alternative approach to clean energy loans

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Carbondale Energy Manager Josh Smith, who works with CORE, the Community Office for Resource Efficiency, said a program like HB1350 is needed because money for bank loans is tight. “What we’re finding is people are not going to banks for this type of loan,†Smith said.


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