Thursday, March, 30 | 9:00 AM - 9:30 AM
Session: D2: Resiliency and Reliability | Track D: Resiliency and Reliability- Adapting to Climate Trends
Voltage Stasis Technologies | Technical Director
The Best Kept Secret to Industrial and Commercial Building Sustainability
The Best Kept Secret to Industrial and Commercial Building Sustainability will focus on the most critical aspects of power savings and reduction in operating costs in industrial and commercial buildings. These issues seemed to be ignored by energy experts and need to be highlighted. We will focus on all of the benefits of the significant power savings using next generation products. Power related issues are growing, seemed to be ignored by energy experts and will be highlighted to reduce operating costs. We will focus on the benefits of power quality mitigation and significant power savings using next generation products to deal with the new generation issues and problems in the electrical networks
Dave Parsons is the Co- Owner of Voltage Stasis, the Manufacturer’s Rep for the Industrial and commercial energy savings systems. He is involved with next generation technologies that reduce operating costs along with energy savings and CO2 reductions.
Dave graduated from California State, Long Beach with a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering, BSEE. He began his career working at North American Rockwell on the Apollo Program and Saturn 2. He later worked at Autonetics as an R & D Component Engineer for the Minute Man Program holding a Secret Clearance. Dave continued his career as a Technical Sales Engineer working for both Signetics and Motorola. While working for Motorola he helped Steve Jobs source parts for his computer company which later became known as Apple Computer.
Dave then started his own business firm, EXIS, representing NEC semiconductor in the Bay Area. Dave continued to work with Apple Computer, Atari, IBM, Kaiser Aerospace and Lockheed to name a few. After selling his business firm to a junior partner, Dave moved to Arizona and became interested in energy efficiency resulting in CO2 emissions. He later formed a new firm dealing in energy efficiency systems with sales teams across the Western US. He is a member of Tau Beta Phi, Eta Kappa Nu, and the AEE- Association of Energy Engineers. He represents new and game changing technologies such as the Maximum Power Transfer Systems for energy efficiency. He continues to assist companies improve their energy efficiency while also reducing the wear and tear on their equipment