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Tom Pelletier first joined NCAT in 1978 in the position of Information Specialist and moved on to Community Energy Management Specialist with a focus on energy conservation.
Tom was hired as Energy Coordinator for the Butte Silver Bow local government to increase energy efficiency in all government, and commercial facilities.
With a dedication to promoting energy efficiency in commercial buildings Tom worked in positions with Robertshaw and Johnson Controls selling HVAC systems and energy conservation measures throughout Montana and the Northwest.
Tom also worked for The University of Montana, D.A. Davidson & Co. and as a Private Consultant in the Energy Conservation field.
Tom has a BA Degree from The University of Montana and a Masters Degree from Montana State.
returned to NCAT
in 2008 as Energy Efficiency Marketing Specialist promoting energy efficiency in all types of commercial facilities.
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NCAT engineers Dave Daugherty, Dave Houser, Tom Pelletier, Hal Hubber, Dan Yeoman and Stacie Barry conducted the audits under NCAT's Business Partners Energy Services Program performance contract with NorthWestern Energy.
NCAT's Energy Efficiency Cast of Characters | NCAT | The National Center for Appropriate Technology
Efficiency Program Marketing Specialist
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One project suggested by Tom ...
One project suggested by Tom Pelletier, an energy savings specialist with NCAT, is the replacement of windows at East Middle School, which are so poorly insulated that Richardson said the district "was heating the outdoors.