Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal — Green Buildings — September 27 - October 10, 2013 — 15B


G reen B uildings Lighting industry veteran Pickard selected to drive innovation Ecosense Lighting names new chief technology officer

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ew York, NY — EcoSense Lighting, a fast-growing manu-

Systems Architect for Cree Advanced Lighting Technology (ALT), where he served on the leadership team that devel- oped and launched Cree’s line of consumer lighting products. His professional experience includes leadership positions at LLF/Cree Lighting and Acuity Brands Lighting in product development, primary technology research and in- novation. He is a Mechanical Engineering graduate from the University of New Mexico and holds 71 US patents. “Paul is a world-class tech- nologist and we are thrilled to have him join the team,” said

Mark Reynoso, CEO of Eco- Sense Lighting. “His impres- sive technical background and thought leadership coupled with his considerable experi- ence propelling innovation in the LED industry make him the ideal candidate for us. The next few years will be very exciting.” Founded by a team of long- serving industry experts with proven know-how in the de- velopment and best practices of solid-state illumination, EcoSense Lighting provides best-in-class LED lighting so- lutions for use in architectural applications. n

facturer of high-performance white LED luminaires, has named Paul Pickard to the position of Chief Technology Officer (CTO). Pickard joins EcoSense with an impressive background including 15 years in the lighting industry. He was the Norristown, PA — Manko, Gold, Katcher & Fox partner Jonathan E. Rinde joined Katie Lipiecki of FEMA to present, “Be Pre- pared for the New Flood Maps”, sponsored by the Montgomery Bar Association (MBA).  The seminar took place on Sep- tember 19, from noon to 1:30 p.m., at the MBA CLE Room in Norristown.  The course was approved for one substantive CLE credit. Because FEMA is updating the floodplain maps for the Montgomery County and the new date for Letters of De- termination is December 16, 2013, with the final effective date for the new maps on June 16, 2014, the presentation was geared to environmental and real estate attorneys so they could gain a better understand- ing of state regulations and the permitting process regarding floodways. n MGKF presents at MBA seminar million kWh of electricity – an- other positive result. The methane digester also plays a role in Phase III of Kline’s Renewable Energy System, anticipated to come online next year. Excess heat from the digester will be used to dry and disinfect septic sludge so that it becomes a dry, odorless product that can be used as a fertilizer or as an alternative heating source. Kline’s Services is doing this project because it is the right thing to do for the environ- ment. As the leading waste- water management company in the region, they take the role of environmental stew- ards very seriously as they constantly search for ways to reuse their waste streams. Nancy A. Zigment i s marketing coordinator at Kline’s. n continued from page 14A Kline’s . . .

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