EVO is a nonprofit corporation organized under the laws of the District of Columbia and is a tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986. EVO’s Directors are selected to reflect diversity and geographic representation, with the objective of securing Directors representing a geographic and demographic cross-section of users of EVO Protocols. The property, affairs, activities and business of the Corporation are be vested in its Board of Directors and the corporation has no members.
Thomas Dreessen, Chairman and CEO of EPS Capital, is a global expert in developing, financing and implementing savings-based energy efficiency projects (EEPs) at large end-use energy consuming facilities. His unique expertise to arrange structure project funding of EEPs stems from 35
Pierre Langlois is a recognized international expert in the development and implementation of pioneering energy efficiency initiatives through the use of policy development, innovative financial mechanisms, energy performance contracting and demand-side management. He is the Chief
Neil Salisbury has over 20 years of international experience in energy, climate change and sustainability. He is the Managing Director of Point Advisory, an integrated sustainability consultancy and the founder of Clean Tek Market, a social venture looking to accelerate the
Bob Dixon serves as the Vice President of Industry Affairs, Building Performance & Sustainability for the Building Technologies Division of Siemens Infrastructure and Cities. In this position, is responsible for strategy development, market positioning, and Industry
Anees Iqbal launched Maicon Associates Ltd. in 1998, primarily as an organization to provide technology transfer and training in power generation and energy services to countries in Eastern Europe, countries of the former Soviet Union, the Middle East, Africa and Asia. Training services
Mark Lister has diverse energy efficiency experience across business, government, NGOs and academia through roles in Australia, Africa, Asia and now Europe, where he acts as head of the Copenhagen Centre on Energy Efficiency. The Centre functions as global energy efficiency hub
Prior to joining EVO, Denis was a senior consultant with 30 years experience providing advice and expertise to clients in industry and governments in Canada and in other countries. As a consultant, his mandates included an extensive policy and market analysis of energy systems