D. R. Wastchak, LLC
Energy Efficiency Rater and Consultant
|Recommendations||7 people have recommended Robert|
Join LinkedIn & access Robert's full profile
A computer and energy efficiency consultant, I do and recommend for my clients what they would do for themselves if they had the technical knowledge.
I never make money on any hardware, software, or retrofits I recommend. My job is to make technology work productively and cost effectively.
EPA Energy Star 3 Rater, 2012
BPI AC & Heat Pump Professional, 2012
BPI Envelope Professional, 2012
BPI Building Analyst Professional, 2010
RESNET HERS Energy Rater, 2009
NABCEP PhotoVoltaic Design & Installation, 2009
Fat Spaniel Renewable Energy Monitoring System Installation, 2008
Solomon Accounting Software Certified Installer, 1986
Novell Network Installation & Management, 1986
Specialties:Building Energy Assessments & Ratings,
Renewable Energy & Consumption Monitoring,
Building Energy Modeling,
Computer & Network Security,
Analyzing and testing buildings for energy efficiency. Making remediation recommendations and assisting with contractor proposals.
RESNET HERS Energy Rater
BPI Building Analyst Professional
BPI Building Envelope Professional
BPI AC & Heat Pump Professional
NABCEP Certified PhotoVoltaic Designer/Installer
Fat Spaniel Energy Monitoring System Certified Installer
Manage all aspects of computer & network security for small business clients.
Recommend, purchase, install, and train on computer & network hardware & software.
Recommend, purchase, install, and train on accounting software & systems.
Recommend, purchase, install and train on energy efficiency, energy management, renewable energy production & consumption hardware & software.
The Tucson-Pima Metropolitan Energy Commission (“MEC”) was established in 1980 by resolution of City of Tucson Mayor & Council and Pima County Board of Supervisors. The goal of MEC is to serve "…as a catalyst for the City of Tucson and Pima County to build a more sustainable energy future in the region."
MEC is an appointed, all-volunteer civic commission. During the past twenty-three years, the Commission has actively educated the public on a variety of energy subjects, analyzed technical issues, commented on energy legislation, developed strategic plans, issued recommendations to the public, private, and nonprofit sectors, developed community support, and sponsored many energy-related community activities and projects.
Pima County and the City of Tucson have become national leaders in adopting energy-efficient building codes and permitting the use of sustainable natural building materials including, adobe, rammed earth, and strawbale construction. The Livable Tucson Forums, public meetings held throughout Tucson and completed in 1997, have led to the creation of the City of Tucson Sustainable Communities Program. Sustainability goals now form the framework for City policies and budget planning. The Affordable Strawbale Housing project won several national recognition awards. The main project currently undertaken by MEC is the creation and implementation of the Greater Tucson Strategic Energy Plan in coordination with the Pima Association of Governments.
Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence, American Solar Energy Society, AZ Solar Energy Association, Building Performance Institute, Citizens for Solar, North American Board of Certified Energy Professionals, Residential Energy Services Network, United States Green Building Council - Arizona, Southern AZ Solar Partnership, Green Retrofit Co-op, Southern AZ Green Chamber of Commerce
Over 300 million professionals are already on LinkedIn. Find who you know.
Owner - Tucson Real Estate Investing
Equipment Operator at Casedhole Solutions
Retired Civil Engineer at Forstie Construction
Graphic Designer at Serendipit Consulting and True Story Graphic Design
OWNER OPERATOR OF AMERICAN HARDWOOD FLOORING
Investigator at Subrosa Investigations, LLC
Project Manager at W. E. O'Neil Construction Co., Inc.