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Director, Energy Efficiency Services, Commonwealth Edison
Director, Energy Efficiency Services
Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance
Future Energy enterprises
Consortium for Energy Efficiency Inc
MEEA Elects Members to FY 2015-2016 Board of Directors | MEEA
Tim Melloch - Commonwealth Edison*
Tim Melloch joined ComEd in 1982 as a technical staff engineer at the Byron Nuclear Generating Station. In 1988, he moved on to serve as a large customer account manager. Since 1990, Melloch has used his experience as an engineer and customer service manager to help ComEd customers become wiser energy consumers. In his current position, Melloch is responsible for overseeing implementation and engineering support for ComEd's 2011 - 2014 Energy Efficiency Plan.
MEEA Board of Directors | MEEA
Commonwealth Edison Company - Tim Melloch, Director, Energy Efficiency Services
Tim Melloch, Director of ComEd's Energy Efficiency Services, also serves as one of ComEd's Energy Doctors, making numerous media and public appearances to educate the public on the efficient use of energy. In his current position, Melloch is responsible for implementing ComEd's 2008 - 2010 Energy Efficiency Plan approved by the Illinois Commerce Commission in February 2008. Melloch was instrumental in helping ComEd win second place in the 2008 Chartwell Best Practices Award for Marketing, which recognizes excellence among electric or gas utilities with respect to projects, programs, or service initiatives. Melloch is recognized by the Association of Energy Engineers as a Certified Energy Manager and Certified Cogeneration Professional.
Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance Appoints New Board Members | MEEA
Tim Melloch, Director of Energy Efficiency Services, Commonwealth Edison (Chicago, Ill.)
Tim Melloch joined ComEd in 1982 as a technical staff engineer at Byron Nuclear Generating Station. In 1988, he moved on to serve as a large customer account manager. Since 1990, Melloch has used his experience as an engineer and customer service manager to help ComEd customers become wiser energy consumers. In his current position, Melloch is responsible for overseeing implementation and engineering support for ComEd's 2011 - 2014 Energy Efficiency Plan.
We found out ourselves with a side-by-side tree test with ComEd's energy doctor Timothy Melloch.
He says the LED tree is not only brighter, but it uses far less energy. "What you see is this tree is drawing 92 watts of energy right now," Melloch said. "The tree with the LEDs on it is drawing 16 watts.
"The regular spirals you can find for as low as a buck apiece," ComEd's Tim Melloch says.
He says CFLs use up to 75 percent less energy than standard ones. He used a meter to prove incandescent bulbs use more energy than the spiral CFL. Replacing just one frequently used bulb in your house with a CFL can add up in savings. "It's probably about a $6 or $7 reduction in your electric bill per year," Melloch says. Over the life of the bulb, the energy savings can amount to $40 or more. And the bulbs come in many different shapes now. But some people are still unconvinced, saying CFL light is too white and cold. Melloch says not anymore; the bulbs are much improved. "They tend to look a lot more like their incandescent equivalents, but they use a lot less energy," he says. CFLs last about 10 times longer than standard bulbs.